Albany Fire Station #11

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Client

Albany Fire Department

Type

New Construction

Designer

McKenzie Architecture

Size

24,375 sqft

Albany Fire Station #11

Having outlived its usefulness, the old station #11 was inhibiting the department’s ability to respond well to needs due to insufficient space, flow and traffic. To remedy this problem, station #11 was demolished, allowing for a new 24,375 sf 2-story facility to take its place. The new building included an 8,350-sf apparatus bay, mezzanine, office spaces, classrooms, living quarters, and community room. The building consisted of structural steel on concrete foundation with masonry exterior. The late 1800 history of the building was important to maintain and promote. As such, Gerding worked with the architect to include the department’s original brass fireman’s pole in the new station, as well as the 1,500-pound, 1877 bronze bell which had previously been retired to a local museum.

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