Kansas City, MO

Fire Station 39

The City of Kansas City, Missouri, turned to the design-build team of McCownGordon and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture to build Kansas City, MO Fire Station 39. Desiring comfort and durability, the team placed a strong focus on quality materials with low maintenance, functional layout and an appealing environment. The building was constructed with a load bearing NRG masonry system. Abundant windows provide natural light to a television lounge area and kitchen. The facility also features a weight room, ten bunkrooms, two Captain rooms, bathroom and shower areas, three apparatus bays, and a rain garden. Split system air conditioning allows each firefighter to control their own temperature.
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Recognitions

  • DBIA Award Recipient
  • LEED Silver

Processes

  • Sustainability
  • Safety
  • Preconstruction
  • Collaborative Delivery

Location

Kansas City, MO

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