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conduit architecture + design

McKinney Fire Station  No. 11

conduit architecture+design designed the City of McKinney’s Fire Station No. 11 located in the Craig Ranch development. The approximately 16,500 square-foot facility’s floor plan is based on the recently completed Fire Station No. 10. The exterior elevations will have completely new and fresh look to provide a more urban feel and complement the Craig Ranch architectural standards. 

The station contains three apparatus bays, storm shelter, a large day room / dining / and kitchen area, 10 dormitories, an exercise room, a “cascade” room, captain’s quarters, offices, a laundry room, and a 675 ft2 small police station. The building provides much needed protection for the quickly growing fire protection demands in the far north area of the city. The design builds upon the tradition of the ten previously designed McKinney fire stations while incorporating fresh aesthetics and increased functionality. Training opportunities were carefully designed into the building, such as: a 3-story training tower and stairwell with rappelling hooks, climbing wall, openings, balconies, and a FARS system that will be used to show and train surrounding fire departments who may be interested in the relatively new system. 

McKinney Fire Station No. 11 Completed April 2022.

Photography: Wade Griffith Photography

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