Clackamas Fire Stations 16 and 19

New Fire Station 16 is a 14,660 square foot, one-story, Type 5-B wood- framed building. This includes a 4,300 square foot apparatus bay and  living quarters for staff. The structure is 22 feet tall in front and is framed with 46-inch-deep open-web wood joists spanning 55 feet at the apparatus bay roof. The open web joists support two large projecting clerestory roof elements providing natural light into space. The roof diaphragm required a design to accommodate very large roof openings. The fire stations are designed with flexibility, efficiency, and community at the forefront while meeting the resiliency requirements of an essential facility and accommodating evolving firefighting protocols regarding safety.

Owner/Developer: Clackamas Fire District #1

Architect:    Hennebery Eddy Architects

General Contractor: Emerick Construction