Republic Fire Station #2

Project Information

  • YEAR: 2008
  • CLIENT: City of Republic
  • SIZE: 12,775 sq ft
  • TYPE: New Construction
  • LOCATION: Republic, MO

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Republic Fire Station #2

Fire Station No. 2 is a new single-story, 12,775 s.f. station to serve the newly annexed Brookline Area. This building was designed with the updated architecture of Station No. 1 in mind, to maintain a continuity between the Stations, through use of similar materials at both locations. This station consists of a 3-bay drive-thru apparatus structure, support facilities, administrative offices and living quarters, day room, full kitchen, as well as a Community Room available for area organizations. The Republic Fire Department also incorporated into the building a police substation off the main entrance.

The location of this building provides a high-profile view from all sides, which directs attention to not only the front facade, but the rear and side elevations as well.

Another high-quality design completed by Sapp Design, an education architectural firm in the Springfield, Missouri area.

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