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Clackamas Fire District Station 16 Receives F.I.E.R.O. Award

Clackamas Fire District Station 16 received an Honor Design Award from the Fire Industry Education Resource Organization (F.I.E.R.O.) during the organization’s annual conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. The new fire station is one of two designed for the district by Hennebery Eddy that opened in the spring.

Hennebery Eddy project architect Camilla Cok, AIA, attended the F.I.E.R.O. conference to present “Equity, Efficiency, and Exceeding Expectations” with Clackamas Fire Deputy Chief Ryan Hari and Division Chief Josh Gehrke. The session provided an overview of the fire district’s goals of maximizing flexibility and efficiency to best serve the community, while creating a more equitable work environment. Camilla, Chief Hari, and Chief Gehrke shared Hennebery Eddy’s tailored, listening-first approach to designing Station 16. The collaborative effort resulted in an energy-efficient building with gender-neutral, space-saving bunk rooms; multi-use common spaces; optimized proximity between living quarters and the apparatus bay; and design features that acknowledge the historic significance of Oregon City and will also fit, reflect, and engage the community for the next 50 years.

Fire Station 16 is one of several award-winning fire station design projects from Hennebery Eddy. Other fire station projects include Clackamas Fire District Station 19, City of Portland Fire Station 28, and Fire Station 76 for Multnomah County Rural Fire Protection District 10.

Community Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at Two Clackamas Fire District Stations

Hennebery Eddy completes new Fire Stations 16 and 19 in Oregon City and Damascus, Oregon

Kids stared up in wonder at the shiny red fire engines, positioned in a striking “Z” shape that filled the 80-foot apparatus bay. The firefighters looked pretty excited, too, as they showed off their new digs to the more than 100 community members who gathered for the ribbon cuttings and open houses.

Other than the shift from a soaking-wet, gray winter day to a bright and breezy spring afternoon, the scene was similar for both events at Station 16 in Oregon City and Station 19 in Damascus. These two projects, funded by a Clackamas Fire District bond, represent a meaningful investment in each community and stand as a beacon of resilience and pride. Naturally, it was a time to celebrate.

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First Annual ‘Net-Positive Awards’ Recognize Sustainable Design Excellence

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In 2018, Hennebery Eddy placed No. 31 on the Architect 50 – a ranking of the top 50 firms in the country – bolstered by our strong showing in the sustainable design category. Our net-positive philosophy and design approach landed us at No. 11 in that category.

We aspire to design net-positive solutions through healthy, efficient, and adaptive spaces that are responsive to our clients, the environment, and the people who use them.

To recognize our project teams’ achievements in healthy, efficient, and adaptive (HEA) design, 2018 also saw us launch an “HEA Net-Positive Awards” program for projects that recently completed design or construction. The 12 entries ranged in size, market, and style and featured net-positive stories that included innovations in daylighting, careful use of mindful materials, historic preservation, and impressive energy use reduction. A panel of five judges from among our staff honored the following projects.

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Hennebery Eddy Architects to Design Clackamas Fire Station 16

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Hennebery Eddy Architects Rendering

Firefighters serving the Hilltop area of Oregon City will have a new fire station to call home in mid-2018. Clackamas Fire District #1 has selected Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc., to design the new Fire Station 16, which will replace the existing 1970s facility on the same site. Currently in the design phase, the new Fire Station 16 will house up to eight fire fighters and the battalion chief, and will include a larger apparatus bay to house a new ladder truck. The 12,000-square-foot critical facility will also support district training activities.

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Rural Oregon Fire Station Receives Design Award

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Fire Station 76, the charred-wood clad structure serving rural Gresham, Ore., received a Merit award from the Northwest and Pacific Region of the American Institute of Architects. This award is the sixth design recognition for the building, which was designed by Hennebery Eddy Architects and opened for service in April 2015.

To view all of the 2016 AIA Northwest and Pacific Region award-winning projects, view the AIA gallery here.