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Nathan Koskovich

Nathan Koskovich

Atlanta, GA, US

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Looking South from 17th Street Bridge
Looking South from 17th Street Bridge
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Fire Station 11

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
 

 
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Status: Built
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

 
View from corner of 16th Street and Fowler Street
View from corner of 16th Street and Fowler Street
Detail of entry awning with Atlantic Station in background
Detail of entry awning with Atlantic Station in background
Detail of brick
Detail of brick "11" facing I-75/I-85
Interior view of kitchen
Interior view of kitchen

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