Napa Fire Station No. 5

Napa Station 5 incorporates a number of fire station design best practices. The station has been zoned to provide a clear separation of the apparatus (hot zone) from the living quarters (cold zone). Each doorway (warm zone) leading from the apparatus bay to the living quarters has both a sink to remove hand contaminates, and integral floor mats to remove contaminates from shoes. NFPA 1581 best design practices for material selection, cleaning stations and kitchen design have been employed. With all these features, the station remains a warm and comfortable environment for the fire personnel.

Client City of Napa
Location: Napa, CA
Completion: 2018
Team: SKA Team; Alan Kawasaki & Brian Leonard

Lea & Braze Engineering, Civil Engineer
Thoma Electric, Electrical Engineer
RGH Consultants, Geotechnical Engineer
Lefler Engineering, Inc., Mechanical Engineer
ZFA Structural Engineer, Structural Engineer
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Traffic
GSM Landscape Architects, Inc., Landscape
Cumming, Cost Estimator

Napa Fire Station No. 5
 
Napa Fire Station No. 5
 
 

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