Lawrenceburg Fire Station
A traditional design to complement nearby historic architecture throughout Lawrenceburg’s Main Street district.
City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana
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.