Fire Station Tour
Tue, Jul 24 from 7pm - 8:30pm
A fire station is not just where firefighters work—it is where they live, trade stories, and decompress.
Fire Station 32 embraces its role as a public building in Alaska Junction, an area of the City that is experiencing a high degree of new development. Through the large glass wall, early morning equipment checks are visible to commuters, the fire truck is subtly illuminated in the evening, and children from the daycare across the street are especially excited to watch the trucks and fire fighters in action. Passers-by and local residents can also watch the fire fighters sliding down the two-story brass poles on their way to a fire or aid response.
Join us for a behind-the-scenes look of Fire Station 32 with the architects and the fire fighters. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson will give a short talk about designing the LEED Platinum station before touring the station. And goodie bags will be given out at the end of the tour!