The Dallas Fire Station No. 32 project, completed for the City of Dallas, involved the new replacement station doubling the size of the previous facility. The 12,628 SF, LEED Gold building addresses energy use reduction in a number of ways, including solar water heating and a ground-source heat pump system, 28 geothermal wells (250 feet deep) to allow heat to be rejected or extracted from the earth, thus providing air conditioning and heating for the entire station. The exterior features muscular brick forms balanced with the decorative qualities of exposed structural beams and finely detailed solar shading devices. Wood-grain panels and large panes of glass complete the low-maintenance facades while bringing a defined sense of character to the site.
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