Summary

The City of Rochester is currently in the construction phase for their new Fire Station / Public Safety Facility. The current outdated station is going on 60 years and is no longer able to facilitate the emergency service needs for the city. This project will encompass a multi-agency building to contain a fire station, emergency operations center, regional dispatching, a police presence, and shared space, which includes conference rooms, training rooms, and kitchen and break areas.

The new station will be located in the NE quadrant of the city on a nine (9) area site, with the intent to utilize 4 to 5 areas for the project. Recommendation for future growth or expansion will also be provided to the city for the extra site space options. The new station will feature a geothermal heating and cooling system.

Facility features include:
• Drive-through Bays
• Vestibule, Lobby / Museum
• Full day room and kitchen area
• Training room for 80 people
• Conference room
• Six (6) private dorm rooms with desk and Jack / Jill restrooms
• Fitness room

Type
New Facility

Size
34,000 SF

Status
Completion 2015

38.8



Reduction in Carbon Emissions lb CO2/yr: $242,505 savings

Environmental
Impact

MEPs Direct Impact
  • Electric KWH/yr: 44,768 savings / 18% reduction
  • NG Therm/yr: 15,709 savings / 72% reduction
  • Utility $/yr: $13,008 savings / 29% reduction
  • Energy MBTU/yr: 1,723,661 savings / 56.9% reduction