PF&R Station 18 Renovation

The Fire Station 18 project included partial demolition and complete renovation of 5,809 sf of existing space, plus an 864 sf addition and associated site and utility work. In addition to a seismic upgrade, the scope involved complete replacement of all building systems, including HVAC, plumbing, electrical, lighting, communications, data, and fire protection systems. The station will be converted to double crew status in the future. In response to this, MCA extended the apparatus bays and redesigned the crew quarters to accommodate larger crews. New dormitory areas include individual sleeping rooms and separated toilet and bathing facilities accommodating mixed-sex crews. Fire Station 18 was the City’s first fire station to receive LEED NC Gold Certification. 

Client: Portland Fire & Rescue / City of Portland

Location: Portland, OR

PF&R Station 18 Renovated Exterior with New Roof and Landscape
PF&R Station 18 Renovated Exterior with New Roof and Landscape
PF&R Station 18 Engine Bay with Salvaged Wood Ceiling
PF&R Station 18 Engine Bay with Salvaged Wood Ceiling
PF&R Station 18 Kitchen and Day Room
PF&R Station 18 Kitchen and Day Room
PF&R Station 18 Admin Area Looking Into Engine Bay
PF&R Station 18 Admin Area Looking Into Engine Bay
PF&R Station 18 Sleeping Room
PF&R Station 18 Sleeping Room
PF&R Station 18 Utility Room and Hardwood Cabinetry
PF&R Station 18 Utility Room and Hardwood Cabinetry
PF&R Station 18 Window Details
PF&R Station 18 Window Details
PF&R Station 18 Exterior of Engine Bay
PF&R Station 18 Exterior of Engine Bay