City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency

Fire Station No. 12 and Emergency Resource Center

Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects Slide City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency Design by Mary McGrath Architects

Mary McGrath Architects developed a prototypical plan and space standards for the replacement of the City of Long Beach fire facilities. This planning has been used in the programming and design of the departments Storekeeper Facility, Emergency Resource Center, Beach Operations and finally the development of the building program, site study, conceptual plans and massing for a replacement Fire Station No. 12. The 11,000 s.f. fire station is programmed to support engine and medic companies and houses the departments Mass Casualty Unit. The Station No. 12 site serves as the staging area for disaster support in North Long Beach. The Emergency Resource Center houses a disaster cache, reserve units and provides hook-up services for Red Cross and other related agencies.

Location – Long Beach, CA
Const. Cost – $8.8 Million
Completion – Fall 2013