Beaufort, NC Fire Station No. 1

Town of Beaufort, NC
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12,784

Project Description

Beaufort NC is a small town established in 1709 and noted as the 3rd oldest town in North Carolina. In 2012, Beaufort was ranked as the “America’s Coolest Small Town.” Downtown Beaufort historic district buildings defines a character of mix Roman and Early American Architecture. SCN Architects focus and design intent is to blend the new Fire Department building with the old town feel and building character, but with a twist of a modern material and contemporary look to express the fast and growing population and progress of the city.

The main focal point of the new building is the 30 foot main entry tower, it defines the old downtown feel, character, and projects a strong leadership and stability of the town. Arches, key stones, cast stones, and clerestory windows are one of the architectural details that were incorporated to give more historic character of the building.

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Square Footage

12,784

Project Description

Beaufort NC is a small town established in 1709 and noted as the 3rd oldest town in North Carolina. In 2012, Beaufort was ranked as the “America’s Coolest Small Town.” Downtown Beaufort historic district buildings defines a character of mix Roman and Early American Architecture. SCN Architects focus and design intent is to blend the new Fire Department building with the old town feel and building character, but with a twist of a modern material and contemporary look to express the fast and growing population and progress of the city.

The main focal point of the new building is the 30 foot main entry tower, it defines the old downtown feel, character, and projects a strong leadership and stability of the town. Arches, key stones, cast stones, and clerestory windows are one of the architectural details that were incorporated to give more historic character of the building.

Our Involvement

Architect of Record