Fire Station No. 5 - San Francisco, CA
The Fire Station No. 5 seismic replacement project was funded by the Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response (ESER) Bond Program and incorporated Cladding Corp's Terra5 rainscreen for the building's entrance.
Built from the ground up, the new Fire Station No. 5 at 1301 Turk St. replaced the 1950s-era firehouse at the same location that no longer met the demands of a modern-day San Francisco. The 21,193 square-foot fire station is one of the San Francisco’s largest, serving as the flagship station for the San Francisco Fire Department’s Division 2, which consists of 20 fire stations located in the downtown Financial District and northwestern neighborhoods.
San Francisco Public Works designed and managed the construction of the new facility, which is expected to receive LEED Gold certification for energy and water efficiency.
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