Los Angeles Fire Station No. 13 LEED-NC Gold
The City of Los Angeles hired RRM Design Group to design a new LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified Fire Station No. 13 under the City’s Fire Bond Program. This 15,400 sf, $7 million project includes sustainable design features, such as highly efficient mechanical units, recycled content materials, and energy efficient roofing. Located in the City on the corner of Pico and Westmoreland, the Station houses fire station and paramedic quarters with equipment staging, including three heavy apparatus bays, three light apparatus bays, and working, sleeping, restroom, locker room, shower, fitness, and training facilities that accommodate three captains, paramedic, and firefighting personnel. The Station provides on-site fueling, public access, and adequate parking for all personnel at shift change. The Station also received an Excellence in Architectural Design Award from the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Commission.
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