yachats rural fire protection district river station
Yachats, Oregon - 2009




THE PROJECT
To work with the Fire Chief and her committee to develope plans and specifications for a new rural fire station.
To coordinate work with Lincoln Country Building Department and USDA representatives.
To oversee construction and provide inpection reports to YRFPD and USDA.

THE SITE
A former timber harvest landing on a rural county road.
A softly sloping, wooded, irregular shaped site with one or two mature cedar trees to preserve.

THE CLIENT
Yachats Rural Fire Protection District
Yachats, Oregon



The Concept
To design an economical, low maintenance fire station to house a minimum of three large fire vehicles.
To provide a low-impact site plan that provides good visual and physical access to the county road.
To provide spaces for a small office, bathroom, storage, workshop, and a classromm/community meeting room with separate, monitored access.
To provide for special infrastructure for emergency power, vehicle bay ventilation, water supply, etc. needed for a fire station.





Vehicle bay looking toward front doors.


Vehicle bay looking toward rear, including workshop area with storage loft above.


Overseeing concrete work during construction.





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