Marshfield Fire and Rescue

New Fire & EMS Station

Wendel assisted the Marshfield Building Committee in reviewing fifteen various sites within the stipulated geographical area. Space Programming sessions were conducted with the Building Committee over multiple dates. As a result of this study, Marshfield Fire and Rescue decided to move ahead with a 31,000+ SF facility, completed on schedule and under budget. The proposed design was constructed as an urban infill project on a downtown site that accommodates several sustainable features. The City of Marshfield is a leading proponent of sustainability and achieved a LEED Gold certification for this facility. The Architectural Design was the result of numerous public presentations and open house forums during both programming and schematic design phases of the project. Additionally, the building’s design further resulted from
meetings with the local Historical Society to incorporate design elements of past Marshfield buildings. Public Relations techniques included interviews on Public Radio.

Project Specific Elements:

  • 37,000 Square Feet
  • Training Center
  • Living Quarters
  • EMS
  • LEED Gold