Hollywood Fire Rescue | Station No. 5

About This Project

Following the successful collaboration with the City of Hollywood on the Fire Station 31 project, Stephen Boruff, AIA Architects + Planners, Inc. was commissioned to design a replacement for the City of Hollywood Fire Rescue Station No. 5.

 

This project, like Station 31, is one of a series of projects aimed at both strengthening Hollywood’s infrastructure and facilitating the physical transformation of the city. The site, occupied by existing Utility Service Center buildings, posed a different set of design challenges then 31, but offered similar opportunities for the betterment of the area. The building architecture and palette respond more to a large scale direction for the City of Hollywood as opposed to a localized context, employing a contemporary derivative of classic Mediterranean influences, which is becoming associated with the Hollywood’s identity as a City. The neighboring sites are largely industrial, and do not establish a clear context, enabling the new fire station to break from its surroundings and be part of the new aesthetic for the City of Hollywood.

Location

Hollywood, Florida

Client

City of Hollywood City Commission

Area

10,927 square feet

Cost

$4.5 Million

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Public Safety