City of Atlanta’s Fire Station 11 is a three-bay, two story fire station, housing a 14 person crew, and a command center. It is a part of the Atlantic Station development in Midtown Atlanta.
The exterior of the building is brick. The East façade faces Interstate-75 and Midtown Atlanta. It features a 20’tall number “11” in a different color brick. The interior features exposed structure and mechanical systems color coded to create a lively environment for minimal cost.
The building plan minimizes the distance from living quarters to fire apparatus, reducing response time to a minimum.
The building construction is steel frame with brick facade.
Completed: August 2010 Owner: City of Atlanta Cost: $2.7 million
Location: Atlanta Georgia
My Role: Project Manager / Principal in Charge
Additional Credits: SA Williams - Cost Estimator
Loah Design Group - Mechanical
AIM - Electrical Engineering
AES - Civil Engineering
Palmer Engineering - Structural Engineering