Richmond Fire Hall No.2

ARCHITECT:

HCMA Architecture + Design

SECTOR:

Civic Government

Completed:

2011

Location:

Richmond, BC

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Project Details

The City of Richmond’s Steveston Fire Hall No. 2 is a new construction project on a 33,000 sq.ft. site area. Its iconic design marks the gateway to the Steveston Community.
Certified LEED Gold this 8,000 sq.ft. 2-bay, drive-through facility is built to post-disaster standards and comprises three main spaces: the fire hall, fire engine bays and a 3-storey hose drying tower.
The fire hall, which replaced an aging facility that could no longer meet the requirements of the growing local community, contains a day room, kitchen, eating area, offices and training room on the ground floor, with the gender-neutral dormitory, lounge and fitness room on the second floor. The fire engine bay has space for two fire trucks plus a turn out gear room, workshop, equipment repair room and mechanical rooms.