CJL - Christopher J. Lee Architects, Inc.

Golden Gate Fire Station No. 72

Completed in 2003 this second district fire station was developed in a South Florida/Mediterranean style to blend with the surrounding residential neighborhood. Interior spaces include 2 Apparatus/Vehicle Bays, Individual Bunk Rooms, a common Kitchen/Dining Room and Day Room and various support facilities. The building consists primarily of painted stucco on perimeter load-bearing masonry supporting pre-engineered roof trusses and a barrel tile roof for a durable low-maintenance facility within a moderate budget.

Client: Golden Gate Fire Control & Rescue District Location: Naples, Florida
Building Type: Fire Station Building Size: 1-Story 8,400 SF
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