San Francisco International Airport Firehouse No. 3 and Security Checkpoint

San Francisco, CA | Public Safety

Fire House No. 3’s prominent location makes it an important gateway to San Francisco International Airport. The station’s five bays face the airfield to accommodate aircraft rescue and firefighting apparatus (ARFF), mass casualty, as well as traditional landside apparatus. The station also serves as the fire administration headquarters for the airport. A large training room accessible from the public lobby can also be utilized for community and airport functions.

Due to the specialized nature of the station, an extensive programming effort was undertaken that involved security, airport operations, IT/Telecom, and airport planning divisions. Upon completion of programming, the design and construction was fast-tracked and completed in a total of 18 months.

Client: San Francisco International Airport
Location: San Francisco, CA
Project Completion: Expected 2017

San Francisco International Airport Firehouse No. 3 and Security Checkpoint

The station includes five bays for aircraft rescue and firefighting apparatus (ARFF), mass casualty, as well as traditional landside apparatus.

 
San Francisco International Airport Firehouse No. 3 and Security Checkpoint

A large commercial-grade kitchen has been designed to support a multiple fire crews.

 
San Francisco International Airport Firehouse No. 3 and Security Checkpoint

The stations apparatus bays open directly onto San Francisco International Airports taxiways.

 
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