Central Pierce Fire and Rescue Station 60


The first of several projects in a bond package passed to better serve a growing community, Station 60 houses Central Pierce Fire and Rescue’s district headquarters while functioning as an active station. Renovation of the original 1970s structure involved a full seismic retrofit and expansion to increase the structure to modern codes and immediate occupancy needs. A major upgrade and expansion of the adjacent training tower allowed the district to provide expanded training programs. PCS was able to save much of the existing structure with smart detailing, extending the life of the original building.

The station upgrades, totaling 13,300 square feet of renovations and a 6,200 square-foot expansion, placed an emphasis on greater daylighting, increased station capacity, and larger meeting rooms. The new four-story tower serves as a training hub for fire districts across the state.

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