Action With Vision: The Rebirth Of Indianapolis Fire Station 2

Peter S. Beering describes how an old fire station was saved from demolition and used as part of a memorial to fallen firefighters and as a museum.


“Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision is merely biding time, but action with vision will do the impossible.” — Joel Barker Like the mythical phoenix consumed by fire and then reborn, so it was for Indianapolis Fire Station 2. The building was re-numbered...


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Peter S. Beering is the general counsel of the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety, a special arson prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office and an 18-year firefighter with the Washington Township Fire Department. He is the only prosecutor in the United States who is also a Certified Fire Investigator.