April 04, 2018

Perrysburg Fire Station

  • Groundbreaking

    Perrysburg City Council recently broke ground on a new 22,000 SF Fire Station. City Council analyzed existing run times, coverage areas and population growth trends. With increased demand, City Council determined a second station would be necessary to provide responsive service for their projected call volume, new residents and six senior living communities.

  • Groundbreaking

    The Collaborative teamed with fire station specialists KZF Design to develop a new facility for a typical staff of eight personnel per shift. A training room will seat 50 occupants and double as a backup Emergency Operations Center. The living areas include a kitchen, dining area, day room, dorm rooms, fitness room, and locker spaces.

  • Groundbreaking

    Technical spaces include four apparatus bays, training tower and an isolated room for turnout gear. The design separates the lockers for turnout gear from living and working quarters to reduce health risks to firefighters. In a fire, this gear becomes coated with carcinogenic soot and smoke. A separate storage area reduces firefighters’ prolonged exposure to these contaminants in the living and office areas.