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Williamson County Fire Hall

Williamson County Emergency Services Station #24 is the first step in this department’s transition process from a volunteer to a paid fire department.  It is a fully-functional station that houses fire, EMS and other first-response personnel, vehicles and apparatus.  Three double-stacked bays and three single bays flank the core of the building which contains bunk rooms, an exercise room, a dayroom, a full kitchen, offices, and storage.  The facility is capable of accommodating 8-12 personnel with future expansion plans to accommodate 16-20.  The Sheriff’s office also has space within the facility so that the County can realize synergies between law enforcement and emergency first-responders.

The architecture is intended to reflect the rural character of the community it serves.  The EMS bays are separated from the main living space by a breezeway that connects the front and back patios.  Red standing-seam metal wall panels were used to denote points of entry and to accentuate the apparatus bays.  Exterior materials of brick and stone, double-hung windows, and hipped and gabled roofs with dormers reflect the residential surroundings.

Client

Williamson County Government

Location

Williamson County, TN

Square Feet

18,600

Design Services

Architecture

Interiors

Key Project Staff
Jeff Earwood

Associate Principal

Larry Hart

Sr. Principal

Rebecca Moore

Sr. Interior Designer