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Framingham Fire Station #2

Framingham, MA

A new Fire Station #2 was built in Framingham to replace the previous off-site station, which dated back to 1901. The previous stations’ site also proved to no longer be able to accommodate modern needs, so the new station was constructed on an empty town-owned lot nearby. The new station offers a modern design with over 9,000 SF, ADA accessibility, three spacious apparatus bays, operations office, living quarters, workout area and comfortable common spaces.

Samiotes provided civil engineering and land surveying services for the project which entailed relocating the station to the undeveloped site. Our scope included an existing conditions survey and extensive wetland delineation and environmental permitting due to the site’s proximity to the Sudbury River (Riverfront and Floodplain issues). This included an extensive alternatives analysis, flood plain compensatory storage design and calculations, improving stormwater quality capabilities with minimal disruption or repaving to the adjacent high school parking lot.





Context Architecture



Civil Engineering

Land Surveying

Environmental Permitting

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