sacramento fire station no.5

Candice worked with the City of Sacramento team to program, design, and build a two-story, 8,000 SF replacement station. The design of this replacement building carefully integrates an essentially municipal building into an established residential neighborhood and park, while maintaining the integrity of the fire station’s operational needs. The station is a valuable addition to the O’Neil Park neighborhood and provides the Sacramento Fire Department with a functional, economic, and aesthetically pleasing building.
The brick used on this project replicates the historic hand mold bricks produced in the Sacramento area in the 1800’s.


Location: 731 Broadway, Sacramento
Client: City of Sacramento
Size: 8,000 SF
Scope: Architectural Program, Project Management, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape
Completion: 2004

 
 

Candice was the Project Manager starting from programming through construction administration.
Project completed by Ten Over Studio's staff while with RRM Design Group.