Nokesville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department – Station 5



Nokesville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department – Station 5

The project scope of work for the construction of the new Nokesville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department – Station 5 was to construct a new station to replace the prior existing Station on the same site. The prior existing station remained operational throughout construction, restricting the placement of the new facility on the site. An existing cell tower further restricted site and apparatus circulation.

The new station features a 3-lane, drive-thru Apparatus Bay with support areas on each side. To the east of the bays are the administrative and residential spaces, to the west are the PPE storage and decontamination spaces. A mezzanine connected to the tower provides opportunities for training and storage.

The prior existing station included a large community room, one of the few large halls available in the area. A later addition to the project scope, a smaller replacement hall is located to the west of the bays. The new hall has a dedicated entry and parking area. There is no internal connection to the station, providing a level of building security for when the crews are on calls and the hall is in use.

The exterior envelope of Station 5 is a composition of brick veneer base, cementitious siding panels and tinted, Low-E glass in aluminum framing. The pitched roof is standing-seam metal. Limited flat roof areas will be TPO roofing.

Public Safety
Nokesville, VA
18,233 SF