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Dallas Fire Station No. 50

Dallas, TX

Client: City Of Dallas

Architect: Perkins+Will

Project Summary

The Dallas Fire Station No. 50 project, built for the City of Dallas, included the new construction of a 12,315-square foot fire station in Dallas, TX. The facility houses a two-bay and a two-half bay station for Engine 50 and Rescue 50 and supports Fire Operations, Fire Administration, Fire Communications, Fire Prevention, Education and Inspection, and Emergency Medical Services for the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department. The Dallas Fire Station No. 50 was constructed of a slab-on-forms foundation, steel structural frame, and a bitumen roofing system. The project also features a watch area, kitchen, dining room, living room, dormitories, restrooms, showers, and a fitness room to accommodate 15 full time firefighters per shift. This project achieved Silver Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design from the U.S. Green Building Council for sustainability and energy efficiency. The Dallas Fire Station No. 50 project now provides effective and rapid emergency, fire, rescue, and prevention services to the population of Fire District 6.

Dallas Fire Station No. 50

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