CLIENT: ROCHESTER FIRE STATION
LOCATION: DETROIT, MI
MARKET: GOVERNMENT, INSTITUTIONAL, PUBLIC SAFETY
TYPE: DESIGN - BUILD SERVICES
ARCHITECT: PARTNERS IN ARCHITECTURE
Work on the Rochester Fire Station project included 2 story addition of a new Community Room, Upstairs living quarters for the station firefighters and an observation tower totaling 3,500 sf of interior spaces.
The existing buildings underwent renovation and total upgrades. All interior finishes were upgraded, a new fire and safety system installed. The new addition received new HVAC, fire suppression and Electrical system along with green architectural finishes, Exterior brickwork, windows, Fire Pole, open concept stairs, and ADA Bathrooms.
All existing exterior areas of the building received new brickwork, new siding and paint work.
As part of this project, KEO was also required to carry out paving, landscaping and exterior concrete work. While this project provided many challenges to the design-build team due to the strict and low budget. The team worked collectively to provide the owner the best value for the investment.