FIRE HOUSE DESIGN IN ROUND LAKE, NY
Located along the entrance to the Village of Round Lake, the Fire Station had been built in the 1970s. Balzer & Tuck was hired to design a new station to meet the needs of a 21st century fire department that created a gateway to the historic village, once a Methodist camp.
“From my perspective, we have one of the best appearing, most appropriately sized, and functional fire stations in the Capital District. And we (the building committee, architect, and contractor) were able to accomplish this at a fraction of the costs incurred in other jurisdictions.” – Fred Sievers, Assistant Safety Officer / Building Committee