The “front porch” of the Canyon Lake Fire/EMS Station No. 5 consists of local stone, heavy timber trusses, large dormers, deep overhangs and a naturally landscaped site which allows the station to look at home within its rural community.
The economic 7,600 square foot facility houses seven full-time fire fighters, and was built to utilize every square foot to its utmost potential. 6 individual sleeping rooms and a weight room are tucked under dormers allowing full use of the station’s attic space, while a day room doubles as a training area.
Large windows in the Kitchen and Dining room as well as a covered patio and grill take advantage of the sites spectacular hill county views. Along with typical support spaces such as a decontamination room, ems storage, bunker room, and S.C.B.A. shop, this two bay station also boasts a treatment room located right off of the station’s entrance to attend to minor injuries.
2011 F.I.E.R.O. Fire Station Design Recognition Award
2011 Fire Chief Magazine Station Style Silver Award