We are so excited and proud that our project, Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department, received TWO awards at the AIA Chesapeake Bay 2021 Excellence in Design Awards Celebration. In the non-residential, new construction category, the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department received a Merit Award. The new station provides best-in-class fire station operations to serve the […]
Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects is proud of our designs for Public Safety. We take pride in serving our community. Check out the virtual tour of this recently completed fire station project for Anne Arundel County.
Bignell Watkins Hassser Architects worked with Frederick County to design Middletown Volunteer Fire Company #7 as the prototype for the County’s next generation of fire stations. The result is a new 18,500 SF Fire Station that was thoughtfully planned to be functionally efficient and visually appealing with modern amenities. The station houses both volunteers and career fire […]
Construction was recently completed on this interior alterations project for United Association. Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects’ design converted 5,085 sq. ft. of existing cold dark shell space into an educational training center. The spaces included a large training room, with flat screen video wall system, a new reception area, coat closet, lounge, catering pantry, restrooms, […]
Lake Shore Fire Station’s Grand Opening Ceremony took place on Tuesday, July 31st. County Executive Steve Schuh, Anne Arundel County Fire Chief Allan Graves and Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company Chief Tim Hall spoke at the ceremony. The new 13,000-square-foot, $6 million station is on the site of the old Pasadena Hardware, near Maryland Avenue and […]