sacramento FIRE STATION NO. 20

Station 20 is a new 12,610 SF one-story replacement battalion fire station with three drive-through apparatus bays and one back-in BC bay. The station uses the City’s prototype floor plan for a battalion station with a unique exterior design that responds to the distinctive surrounding commercial neighborhood and brick storefronts. It is designed to house nine firefighters, two captains, and one battalion chief, and provides on-site fueling and emergency power.

Station 20 was implemented and built concurrently with the North Natomas Fire Station No. 30 by the same general contractor. Through this delivery system, the City of Sacramento was able to complete and occupy two new fire stations within a condensed construction schedule. The City gained benefits from using one general contractor to control general conditions, costs, and the schedule.

Project completed while Candice Wong was the Public Safety Studio Manager with RRM Design Group. Candice was the Project Designer, Project Manager, and the City's Advisor on project compliance with the Fire Program and prototype fire station model.

Location: 2515 Rio Linda Blvd, Sacramento
Client: City of Sacramento
Size: 12,610 SF
Scope: Architectural Program, Architecture, Interior Design
Completion: 2005