San Francisco International Airport's Fire House No. 3 project was funded by the airport’s Terminal One billion dollar program initiative through the City and County of San Francisco’s Master Capital Improvement Plan. Through the airport’s partnering culture and early design participation, Overaa mastered the process by integrating our core values, welcoming a transparency and trustworthy partnership and celebrating the team’s contribution into the project. The project’s success is driven by the team’s leadership and passion for highly collaborative projects.
The Fire House scope of work required coordination during design, construction and commissioning with the City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco Fire Department, San Francisco Police Department, SFO Aviation and Security (AVSEC) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The new facility includes an 8,000 SF five-bay apparatus garage with four-fold electric doors for faster response time, and a 12,000 SF administration office and firefighter house. Construction includes working adjacent to the active taxiways within the South Field area. The new structure is designed to attain LEED Gold certification. The new Fire House is the primary response center for emergencies in Terminal One.