Dallas Fire Station No. 37

Modern and Sustainable Design Fits In With Growing Community
Dallas, Texas

We designed a new fire station in Dallas, Texas, that replaced the previous facility, which had been in the community for nearly 60 years. Station 37 serves the most densely populated three square miles within the Dallas city limits. The 12,000-square-foot building is three times the size of the former building and features a modern design and a number of enhancements. Polished concrete floors, updated and expanded offices, and training and teaching rooms are a few of the upgrades. There are also dining and conference rooms, a laundry room, sleeping quarters, a fitness center, and a kitchen designed around three shift users.




times the size of the former building

The station's sustainable design achieved LEED® Silver. It includes a solar water heating system and geothermal heating and cooling. This project has received two awards from the Association of Licensed Architects and one award from the American Institute of Architects Northeast Illinois Chapter.


City of Dallas, TX


LEED® Silver

Square Footage

12,000 SF


$3.8 million


2015 Silver Award, Institutional Category

Association of Licensed Architects

2015 Don Erickson Presidential Award

Association of Licensed Architects

2015 Merit in Architecture Award

AIA Northeast Illinois Chapter


  • Architecture


  • Community Facilities


  • Southwest