LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects

Reston, VA 20190


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11250 Roger Bacon Dr #16
Reston, VA 20190

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LeMay Erickson Willcox offers clients a complete range of architectural, planning, and interior design services. From the earliest concept phases through construction administration, our experienced team successfully plans, designs, and manages projects with an eye toward achieving exceptional design that meets programmatic needs, budgets, and schedules. We work closely with clients to ensure that our projects reflect their vision and their specific requirements.  Over the past three decades, we have created an acclaimed practice known for delivering award-winning results and enduring value for our clients.

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Martinez Architects
Cy-Fair Fire Station #5 in Houston, TX, received the Gold Award for the Volunteer/Combination Station category. The architect is Austin-based Martinez Architects.

Firehouse Announces 2021 National Station Design Award Winners

Nov. 15, 2021
Fire departments and architect firms across the country are recipients of the Firehouse Station Design Awards for various fire station and facility categories.

Articles & News

Feb 22 Sdc Preview Pic 1

2022 Station Design Conference Preview

Feb. 14, 2022
The 2022 edition of the Station Design Conference will provide firehouse design educational opportunities in the realms of reducing firefighter exposure to carcinogens, shared...
Photo courtesy of Martinez Architects
The planning for a new firehouse to replace the Midland, TX, Fire Department’s Station #5 balanced the desire to present the history of the department with space-savings. This mural is across from a platform in a stairwell on which historical artifacts will be displayed.

Station Design: Preserving Fire Department History

Oct. 18, 2021
Janet Wilmoth discovered that a fire department's effort to pay tribute to its past at a firehouse can materialize in a variety of ways.
Arlington, VA, County Fire Station 8 incorporates holistically healthy strategies including secluded bunk rooms, natural light and a transition zone with a decontamination room.

Holistically Healthy Fire Stations

May 1, 2020
Paul Erickson says architects who design fire stations have the responsibility to create firehouses that provide a holistically healthy environment for firefighters and EMS responders...
Brown Reynolds Watford Architects
Topics at the 2019 SDC ranged from intitial planning and building to sustainability.

Station Design Conference 2019: Station Design Trends

July 1, 2019
Firehouse’s Station Design Conference highlighted the latest in station design innovations, technology and healthy concepts.
Eric Taylor Photography
Protected outdoor patios and terraces like that at Germantown Milestone Station 34 in Montgomery County, MD, can provide important breakout space for privacy, decompression, stress reduction and emotional rejuvenation.
Building Components

Embracing Immersive Design

May 1, 2019
Paul Erickson describes a design concept that focuses on mental and emotional well-being.
Portage, IN, Fire Station No. 3 includes an outdoor space for dining, gathering and social interaction for firefighters.
Building Components

Looking Back: 2017 Fire Station Trends

Dec. 26, 2017
Janet Wilmoth reviews what she found trending for design and safety with the 2017 Station Design Award submissions.
Brown Reynolds Watford Architects
To save on construction costs and contractor overhead, the City of Richmond, TX, used their public works department to complete the rough grading and building pad themselves.

Why Do Fire Stations Cost So Much?

Sept. 25, 2017
Janet Wilmoth talked with architects to answer the question of why fire station projects are so expensive.
Images courtesy LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects
Charlottesville, VA, Fire Department Fontaine Avenue Station No. 10: The kitchen, dining room and dayrooms are located on the ground floor immediately adjacent to the apparatus bays. The bunk and locker rooms are located over top of the apparatus bays, with vertical response via slide poles and stairs on both sides of the bays.

Station Design Supplement: Going Vertical

Aug. 1, 2017
Christopher Kehde offers answers to burning questions about single-story, multi-story and mixed-use stations.
Photo courtesy Smith-Miller Hawkinson Architects
FDNY EMS Station 3

Design on Display

July 1, 2017
Firehouse offers lessons shared at the 2017 Station Design Conference in Fort Worth, TX.

Videos & Resources

Tecton Architects & H2M architects + engineers
Lexington Fire Headquarters in Lexington, MA.
SD Awards and Conference

2021 Station Design Awards

Nov. 15, 2021
Firehouse is pleased to present the eighth annual showcase of fire and emergency service facilities in our Station Design Awards program.
BRW Architects
Career 1 Gold: Richardson Fire Station No. 1
SD Awards and Conference

2020 Station Design Awards

Nov. 1, 2020
Firehouse is pleased to present the seventh annual showcase of fire and emergency service facilities in our Station Design Awards program.

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