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Fire Dept Project Sheets

Fire Dept Project Sheets

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CONTACT John Babcock, Former ChairmanBoard o Fire Commissioners845.249.6180BUDGET$4.9MSCHEDULECompleted August 2009SERVICESArchitectureEngineeringConstruction Management
QUASSAICK BRIDGE FIRE STATION
NEW WINDSOR, NEW YORK
The original Quassaick Bridge Fire Station was constructed in 1939, with later additionsin the 1950s and 60s. The District retained
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Arch to complete a easibility studyevaluating the current station’s ability to meet the needs o its community. The studypresented options to expand and renovate the existing station or construct a newstation on an expanded site.Upon completion o the study, the Board o Fire Commissioners recommendedconstruction o a new 15,000 square oot station, and the community voted to approve.The District was interested in creating an aesthetically pleasing design complementaryto its surrounding neighborhood. O particular interest was a design ecient in its useo the available site, as well as in the layout o all required unctions.The new station is separated into two distinct and ecient areas. One area containsour apparatus bays with related re-matic support including a decontamination room,air room, oam room and storage. The other area provides space or administrativeand public unctions including a main event hall, members lounge, training room,toileting, department and commissioner oces and a kitchen. The building ts wellwith the adjacent properties; both sides are scaled in relation to the neighborhood.At the completion o the project, the existing station was razed to provide additionalparking, and a portion o the existing structure’s oundation used or a memorial.
NEW HOME FOR QUASSAICK BRIDGE
 
Expansion and Renovation Options 
Four Apparatus Bays 
New Oces 
Additional Parking
 
CONTACTThomas Kissane, Board o Fire Commissioners845.735.6351COST$9.8mSCHEDULEFeasibility Report completed 12/08Public Reerendum 11/11Construction begins 3/13SERVICESArchitectureEngineeringConstruction Management
SOUTH SPRING VALLEY FIRE DISTRICT
CHESTNUT RIDGE, NEW YORK
EXPANSION AND INNOVATION
Recognizing the current and uture growth potential o the Village o ChestnutRidge, the members o the Board o Fire Commissioners realized their acilitywould need to grow in order to properly serve the community. With the existingsite severely restricted in its size and ability to expand, the Board approved thepurchase o a nearby vacant plot o land with the intent to ocus their eortson providing or the greatest level o improvement to rematic unctions byconstruction o a new acility.
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Arch was retained to conduct a easibility study to evaluate options or a newlyconstructed, state-o-the-art acility to meet the current and long term needs o theDistrict. A new 20,000 SF building at the vacant site was recommended by theBoard and approved by the public in November 2011.The new acility will include ve apparatus bays (three pull-through) with relatedrematic support including a decontamination and laundry room, SCBA room,tool/equipment room, hose room, and general storage. Administrative and publicunctions will provide or a generous meeting and event hall, training room,department and commissioner oces, toilets and a commercial-style kitchen.The building includes ecient radiant foor heat at signicant administrativeand public spaces and the apparatus bays, with ront and rear aprons eaturingembedded snow melt systems.
NEW FACILITY
 
State-o-the-Art Facility 
Five Apparatus Bays (incl. three pull-through) 
Increased Parking 
New Oces 
Training Rooms
 
CONTACTRobert DurivagePresident518.286.3612COST$5M EstimateSCHEDULE2013 Estimate
DEFREESTVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT
NORTH GREENBUSH, NEW YORK
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Arch is working with the Dereestville Fire Department to replace its currentlyundersized existing acility. A new station is proposed on a more centrally locatedsite within the re district that provides adequate space or parking, on-sitetraining, and room or uture expansion.A 22,000 square oot proposed building has taken shape. The building includesve drive-through equipment bays; a community meeting room; trainingand conerence space; members’ room, locker rooms and exercise area; andequipment maintenance and storage space on the lower level. There are ocesor the department on a mezzanine level overlooking the equipment bays.

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