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  Lincoln Fire Station No. 33

Lincoln Fire Station No. 33, Page 18Architect

Calpo Hom & Dong Architects
2120 20th Street, #1, Sacramento, CA 95818
www.chdarchitects.com

General Description

Location: Lincoln, California
Date Bid: Apr 2006
Construction Period: Oct 2006 to Jan 2008
Total Square Feet: 12,572 Site: +/- 1.4 acres.
Number of Buildings: One.
Building Size: First floor, 8,251; second floor, 3,382;
mezzanine, 939; total, +/- 12,572 square feet.
Building Height: First floor, assumed +0’-0”; second floor, +14’-0”; storage mezzanie in apparatus room, +11’-0”; total, +/- 39’. Actual elevations: +172/+183/+186.
Basic Construction Type: New/Type V – No Hour Fully-Sprinklered.
Foundation: Concrete. Exterior Walls: CMU. Roof: Built-up, clay tile. Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls: Drywall.

Construction Team

Structural Engineer: Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc. - 600 Q Street, #200, Sacramento, CA 95811
General Contractor: ZCON Builders - 660 Commerce Drive, #A, Roseville, CA 95678
Electrical Engineer: Capitol City Design Electrical Engineering Consultants - 1751 Cebrian Street, West Sacramento, CA 95691
Mechanical Engineer: Sigma Engineering - 3517 Marconi Avenue, #204, Sacramento, CA 95821
Cost Estimator: Bleckmann Construction Estimating - 2421 Rio Bravo Circle, Sacramento, CA 95826
 


The El Dorado Hills Fire Department acquired land in 2005 with the intent on laying the foundation and master planning of a future Fire Training Center. The first phase and cornerstone of the site was the design and construction of Fire Station No. 87.

Fire Station No. 87 is a fully operational Fire Station that responds to all emergencies, as well as a symbol to the community as a civic standard. Situated on the southwest quadrant of the site, the Fire Station establishes the standards of material, scale, and aesthetics for the future Fire Training Center.

The station's elegant roof forms are simple standing seam metal roof hips, sloped to blend into the surrounding hillsides. Broad overhands and metal soffits highlight the form of the roof. Corbelled masonry arches highlight the Apparatus Doors, celebrating the Fire Station and its Engines.

The Apparatus Room accommodates up to six engines, and allows for drive-through capabilities. The El Dorado Hills Fire Station No. 87 is a one-story station that houses up to 10 crewmembers, with expansion to 12.

Lincoln Fire Stations No. 33 and No. 34 were designed to establish a Civic presence, while providing essential services to the growing city of Lincoln, California.

Brick masonry units, accented with locally-crafted and manufactured terra cotta trim, contrast with painted plaster surfaces highlight the stations. A decorative wrought iron fence encompasses both Fire Stations.

Lincoln Fire Station No. 33 is a two-story structure that houses up to ten Fire Fighters and one Battalion Chief. The Station's Apparatus Room includes two drive-through, double-deep Apparatus Bays, and one single-deep Apparatus Bay, that house up to 5 Apparatus or engines and trucks.

Lincoln Fire Station No. 34 is a one-story structure that houses up to ten Fire Fighters and one Battalion Chief. The Station's Apparatus Room includes three drive-through, double-deep Apparatus Bays, and one single-deep Apparatus Bay, to house up to 7 Apparatus or engines and trucks. A 45-foot masonry hose tower will double as a training tower for the Fire Fighters.

The Fire Stations comply with California's Essential Services Building Act and were subject to the Public Low Bid Process and were all designed by Calpo Hom & Dong Architects.
   

Manufacturers

DIV. 3: Concrete Sealer: BASF Kure-N-Seal.
DIV. 4: Thin Brick Veneer: H. C. Muddox.
DIV. 7: Built-Up: Johns Manville; Clay Tile Roof: Gladding McBean; Promenade Roof Deck: Pli-Dek; Insulation: CertainTeed.
DIV. 8: Aluminum Storefront: Vistawall, Fleetwood; Aluminum Windows: Fleetwood; Pass Windows: Nissen; Sectional Overhead Doors: Wayne Dalton; Metal Doors & Frames: Curries; Wood Doors: Marshfield; Finish Hardware: Schlage, LCN, Von Duprin; Don-Jo, Pemko.
DIV. 9: Drywall: National; Carpet: Cambridge; Rubber Base: Roppe; VCT: Armstrong; Athletic Rubber Flooring: Everlast; Paint: Dulux, ICI; FRP: LascoBoard(R).
DIV. 26: Light Fixtures: Daybrite, Capri.

 

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