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CITY OF FULLERTON
FIRE STATION #6 – ROSECRANS
FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA

Fire Stations and Emergency Response Facilities
CITY OF FULLERTON <br/> FIRE STATION #6 – ROSECRANS <br/> FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA

The primary design concept behind Fire Station #6 is to have the fire station relate to its adjacent residential neighborhood as well as to the rural equestrian flavor of the surrounding area. By utilizing sloped metal roof elements as well as clerestory windows, the building takes on an equestrian “barn-like” architectural vocabulary while maintaining its identity as a state-of-the-art emergency response facility.

A tower element, reminiscent of the hose drying towers of historic fire stations, marks the entry into Fire Station #6. Clerestory windows allow light to flood the interior spaces with natural light.

Donnie DeWees designed this project while a Project Design Director at a previous firm.

Size: 11,592 S.F. – 3 Bays

Budget – $3.1 million

Emergency Operations Center

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