Owner: Alameda County GSA
Architect of Record: Muller & Caulfield Architects
Associate/Design Architect: RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture
Construction Value: $8,000,000
Project Size: 11,800 SF
This 2-story replacement station represents the first new Alameda County Fire Department station to be built in three decades. The LEED Silver Essential Service Facility houses a state-of-the-art fire station and a valuable community room available for independent community use, and capable of supporting a health services clinic for local services in a new hybrid facility model. The station includes two drive-through apparatus bays, a workshop, an exercise room, offices, sleeping rooms and associated dayroom with commercial kitchen facilities.
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