LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects is honored to be recognized with a 2015 Fairfax County Exceptional Design Award for the design of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Station No. 10 – Bailey’s Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department.
Bailey’s Crossroads Volunteer Fire Station No. 10 is a 16,000 s.f. 4-bay fire station in Fairfax County, Virginia that replaces a fire station that was severely damaged when its apparatus bay roof collapsed during the blizzard of February 2010. Rising up from the rubble, the new fire station is constructed on the existing station site and provides 20 bunks, living and dining accommodations, 4 apparatus bays (with 2 drive-thru bays), administrative offices, a physical training room, a training classroom, and a dual-purpose tower for hose drying and training.