A satellite fire station built in the newly created southern industrial expansion of the city is situated on the knoll of a major North/South highway. In this position the facility serves as a beacon in the center of the new district and an icon for the character of new and future development. The design was funded by the Cummins Architectural Foundation, and built for the city of Columbus (Alan Joslin, as a Principal-in-Charge with William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc).


Project Credits

OWNER: City of Columbus, IN

ARCHITECT: William Rawn Associates, Architects

Principal-in-Charge of Design: Alan Joslin

IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Balthazar Korab

Project Data

STATUS: Completed 1998

SIZE: 10,620 gsf

COST: $1.5 million

Honors and Awards

2001 Honor Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects

2000 Honor Award in Architecture, AIA New England