Dore & Whittier Architects, with partners CR architecture + design (formerly Core + Russell Architects), provided design and construction administration services for a new 22,000 sq. ft. fire station just outside Williston's historic village center. The building features four double-deep bays, two single-apparatus bays, two hose towers for on-site training, and a 500 sq. ft. turnout gear room. According to the Williston Fire Chief, we "created one of the premier fire startions in New England, while being cognizant of the limitations of a municipal budget."
Fire Chief Station Style Award and the Recognition Award from FIERO for Fire Station Design.
Owner Town/Village of Williston
Cost $4,273,725 (construction)
SQ. FT. 22,000
Photographer Jim Westphalen