Fire Station 5 (Tyler, TX) – Waterford Stone

Fire Station 5 Built with Waterford Stone in Tyler, TX

Project Profile: Fire Station 5
Tyler, TX

In an effort to boost emergency response times and meet the needs of the growing community, the City of Tyler, TX, elected to move Fire Station 5 to a location that would provide better coverage for a larger portion of the city. The new 8,865 square foot facility was built with an expected lifespan of 50 years and was designed with future growth in mind. With a modern urban design that includes an eco-friendly barrel roof, rustic Waterford Stone™ masonry veneer, an open floor plan, special non-skid flooring, and an outdoor "man-cave" off of the kitchen, the new station is the envy of the city's fire department.

"We have the coolest-looking fire station in town," said District 2 Councilman Darryl Bowdre, who represents the area of the station, at the station's grand opening celebration on July 11.

The building that formerly housed Fire Station 5 will be converted into a much needed community center to serve the youth and elderly of District 2.

Design Firm: HW Lochner - Tyler, TX
Lead Architect: Bill Moser
Engineer: Bill Hicks
General Contractor: Watson Commercial Construction, Ltd. - Tyler, TX
Mason Contractor: Young & Stokes Masonry Construction - Longview, TX

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