Lexington Fire Station #2
13,845 Square Feet
Digital Lighting Controls • LED Lighting • Power System Studies • Telecommunications • Geothermal • Green • Heat Pump • Thermal Storage
The new Lexington Fire Station No. 2 was designed to replace an aging facility. Shrout Tate Wilson provided maintainable and sustainable systems designed to LEED Silver.
The development of an energy model early on informed Lexington-Fayette & Urban County Government of their system options. A geothermal system was chosen through a collaborative decision process and our team’s emphasis on listening to LFUCG.
The building provides living quarters for 16 firefighters including a full kitchen, dormitories, and locker rooms. Motivated by the strong emphasis on training, a 50-person training room was also included. This room is large enough to serve several companies and adjacent fire stations within the northeast side of town.