Work has been completed on Fire Station No. 5, designed by Gora/McGahey Architects (GMA) for the Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District. The station is located east of Bonita Bay on West Terry Street in Bonita Springs.
The fire station has a “neo-traditional” style, incorporating brick and a metal roof, and is designed to withstand 130 mph winds. A “front porch” has been designed to integrate this station with adjacent residential areas. This 8,688-square-foot fire and EMS station includes three apparatus bays and living quarters for up to 10 personnel. The dwelling area includes a kitchen, dining/day room, exercise room and lobby/office designed as a “safe room.”
Dan McGahey of GMA was the principal in charge on the project; Noel Hernandez was the project manager; Cheryl Lewandowski provided the interior design; and Bob Schuerman served as contract manager.
About Gora/McGahey Architects
For the past 28 years, Gora/McGahey Architects (GMA) has been Southwest Florida’s leading architectural design firm. Earning recognition from the Florida Southwest American Institute of Architects, The Florida Home Builders Association and the Lee County Building Industry Association, the firm has provided award-winning architectural and interior design services for a broad range of clients in the public and private sectors, including several leading area developers. For more information, call 239-275-0225 or visit http://www.gora-mcgahey.com/.