Institutional Portfolio   : :   City of Houston Fire Station No. 96 - Houston,  Texas

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This 11,000 square foot four-bay fire station is located in a recently annexed section of northwest Houston. As with other fire stations, MCCM worked very closely with the Houston Fire Department during the programming and design phases of the project to assure compliance with current technology and design criteria. Fire Station No. 96 includes four drive-through apparatus bays; maintenance and storage rooms; clean room; electrical generator room; gear locker room; hose maintenance space; dormitories for fire fighter and EMT crews; office/dormitories for chief and captains; toilet, shower and dressing rooms for men and women; recreation, dining, kitchen and exercise rooms; computer and communications rooms; visitor’s toilet room; and mechanical equipment spaces. Primary exterior materials of the steel frame building are masonry and stucco. Site work includes parking for 25 personnel and 3 visitors, outdoor recreation area, mechanical and trash storage yards, heliport, fueling station, and a 150 ft. communications antenna tower. MCCM was responsible for programming, design, construction documentation, interior design, f,f&e, and construction phase services.

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