City of San Francisco - Fire Station #1

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Our Role
Development Manager / Project Leader
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art / City of San Francisco / San Francisco Fire Department
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Structural Engineers - Murphy Burr Curry; MEP - Glumac; Civil Engineering - KPFF
Webcor Builders
15,000 square feet
Cultural / Institutional; Office; Sustainable; Tenant Improvements (Two story plus mezzanine, steel frame stand-alone structure)
935 Folsom Street, San Francisco    View Map
Completed March, 2013
To make way for the expansion of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco's existing Fire Station #1 - the busiest fire house in the country - had to be relocated from its former Howard Street address to a new site on Folsom Street. Funded by SFMOMA, under the direction of D. R. Young Associates (in association with T. J. Reagan, Inc.) and working closely with the City of San Francisco and the San Francisco Fire Department, the new Fire Station #1 expands its size and capacity by over 50% and offers the community a state-of-the-art emergency facility at a superior location from its predecessor. Upon its completion in early 2013, Fire Station #1 had the distinction of being the first new fire house to be built in San Francisco in over 40 years.