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Sourdough Mountain Fire Station

Located in Bozeman, MT

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The new 10,899 square foot station was constructed to replace the existing 1,800 square foot, two-bay wood frame building that had been used by the department for years. WSM provided needs assessment, programming and conceptual design for the project working with DSA Architects of Billings, Montana, who were the architect of record. During the construction document and construction phase we provided our expertise on fire station best practices and reviewed the design and the engineering. We worked closely with the Fire Department leadership and local architect and engineers to ensure that the new station provided a workplace that was state of the industry. A public meeting room for the Board of Trustees was provided separate from the fire fighter living quarters. Four drive through apparatus bays shelter the vehicles and the adjacent shop and SCBA compressor area.

The energy efficient design and construction provides an effective working environment and strong public facility for the mountain community.

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