Clarksburg Fire Station

Special Notice: The ground breaking of the project will take place on December 3, 2021 at 10:00 AM

Notice: Project Completed

Show the project location in google map 23420 Frederick Road, Clarksburg, MD 20871

Clarksburg Fire Station

Funding/Expenditure Schedule: APPROVED

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Project Team

Montgomery County Government
Department of General Services

Division of Building Design & Construction

Division Chief: Hamid Omidvar, AIA
[email protected]
Section Chief: Rassa Davoodpour
Project Manager: Rouben Ghazarian, P.E.

Architect / Engineer

Hughes Group Architects.

Contractor

Keller Brothers, Inc.

For operations inquiries. Please contact.

Montgomery Fire & Rescue Services

240-683-6520

Current Phase: Construction

Currently the project is at 97% completion. Work on Punchlist is ongoing.

As part of this project, the County was tasked to extend the WSSC Public Sewer to Historic Clarksburg. All the sewer line to the Fire Station and the manhole on the fire station site have been completed. Project is waiting for the activation of WSSC Station and connection to the manhole at our site. When WSSC station is activated project needs maximum of two months to activate the plumbing, test equipment and finish the project. Use and Occupancy permit cannot be obtained without completion of the WSSC work.

Project Schedule:

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Event Images

Event Images

Clarksburg Sewer-Historic Area

This project provides for a new Fire/Rescue Station in the Clarksburg area and the purchase of associated fire apparatus. The new facility will be located at 23420 Frederick Road in Clarksburg. The new station will be constructed in accordance with the requirements for a Class I Fire Station. A Class I Fire Station is 19,550 to 20,135 square feet in size and includes apparatus bays, dormitory and support space, personnel living quarters, administrative offices and meeting/training room. Additionally, this station will include offices for a Battalion Chief, a Police satellite facility, space for the Up County Regional Services Center and personal protective equipment storage totaling 2,600 square feet. The total square footage of this station will be 17,295 square feet. On-site parking will be provided. Fire/Rescue apparatus to be purchased for this station includes an aerial truck, a tanker and a brush truck.

A new station is necessary in this area due to the present and projected population density for the Clarksburg area. Clarksburg is expected to increase from a few thousand residents to more than 25,000. The Clarksburg Town Center is envisioned to include a mix of housing, commercial, retail, recreation and civic uses with the Clarksburg Historic District as the focal point.

This project is recommended in the Fire, Rescue, Emergency Medical Services and Community Risk Reduction Master Plan approved by the County Council in October 2005 and the MCFRS Station Location and Resource Allocation Work Group, Phase I Report, “Need for Upcounty Fire-Rescue Resource Enhancements, October 14, 1999. Development of this facility will help Montgomery County meet the NFPA 1710 Guidelines.

Architectural and Construction Images

2nd Floor, Men’s locker room.

2nd Floor, Men’s locker room.

1st Floor, Corridor HVAC Ductwork

1st Floor, Corridor HVAC Ductwork

1st Floor, Bunk Room, Interior Piping

1st Floor, Bunk Room, Interior Piping

OverAll Site

Female Corridor at Nurse Station

OverAll Site

Female Corridor at Nurse Station

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Female Corridor at Nurse Station

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Lobby 200 Looking Nurse 212

Proposed Design

Proposed Design

Elevations

Elevations

First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Architectural and Construction Images

Millwork Installation in Progress

Laundry 131

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Conference Room 119

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Main Lobby 101

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Interiort Works in Progress

Reception/Admin. & Staff Work Area 142 & 142A

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Main Lobby 101

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Dining Room 120 Looking South