Jackson Hole Fire & EMS Station 1
Station # 1 in downtown Jackson, WY serves a population of approximately 9,500 residents and an area of 83 square miles. Remodeled and expanded over a 20 year period, the station is short on meeting current standards and the needs of the Fire District and community. As part of a six station improvements project, our team conducted a site assessment, a needs assessment, and a space program for the station and recommended that the station be expanded and remodeled to meet current standards and codes.
To that end, our team conducted a design charrette and prepared a conceptual design for the station expansion and remodel. We are currently spearheading a costing and budgeting effort for Teton County Fire District #1.
In addition to the interior and exterior cosmetic improvements, the major expansion and remodel of the station will include new decontamination facilities, equipment storage, a new maintenance bay, new accessible vertical circulation, new training and community rooms, new fitness room, improved and separate-gender staff bathrooms, new living areas with improved facilities and new kitchen. Five new Accessory Residential Units (ARU) will also be added to the south facing part of the property.
Work completed by Hangar 41 in association with Vera Iconica Architecture, Jackson, WY.