Lawrenceburg Fire Station

15
Jul

 

A traditional design to complement nearby historic architecture throughout Lawrenceburg’s Main Street district.

 

Project Type: Fire Station
Client: City of Lawrenceburg, IN
Construction Cost: $3,200,000
Square Footage: 24,000 SF

The City of Lawrenceburg sought to replace their historic firehouse, which dated back to 1882, with a modern, multi-purpose Public Safety Center which would combine the police and fire departments into one facility. When the plan for a combined safety center was cancelled, KZF Design took the programming, design and construction documents they had created, and refashioned them into the design of a new stand-alone fire station.

The new facility contains drive-through bays for seven emergency vehicles, an office and administration area, training room, dormitory wing with dayroom, sleeping quarters and residential kitchen.