Wysong Central Fire Station - Mckinney
conduit architecture+design principal, Kobey Seale, performed as the Project Manager for the Jim Wilson Architects designed Wysong Central Fire Station and Museum in historic downtown McKinney. The approximately 18,000 square-foot facility houses five functional apparatus bays and one museum bay, along with a history room, a day room, a kitchen / dining area, a training room and secondary emergency operations center, 14 dormitories, an exercise room, a “cascade” room, captain’s quarters, offices and a laundry room. The building structure provides much needed space to meet the growing fire protection demands in the city’s downtown area and historical district. In keeping with the flavor of an old-fashioned firehouse, the design of the new, state of the art building is consistent with the surrounding historic architecture.
Architect of Record: Jim Wilson