The DeWitt, NY, fire station is located on one of the busiest intersections in central New York. This Syracuse suburban fire district hired Bergmann to address the issues with their current structure after 50 years of renovations, additions and leaking roofs. Bergmann was asked to make more of their facility and the site.
Bergmann worked closely with the Dewitt town planning and zoning boards to explore options including renovations, replacements and acquisitions of adjacent properties. As a result, town voters approved the complete demolition of the existing 15,000 SF fire hall and neighboring 15,000 SF underutilized commercial property in order to develop a new facility that will meet community needs for the next 50 years.
2008 | Gold Award for the Best New Volunteer Fire Station - Station Style Fire Chief Magazine
2008 | Fire Station Design Award - Fire Industry Education Resource Organization (F.I.E.R.O.)