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Pierce City Fire Station No. 1
Pierce City, Missouri

This fire station includes four truck bays, storage areas, locker rooms, an office, a kitchenette, and restrooms.  The structure utilizes insulated concrete forms, which contribute to both energy savings and wind load resistance.  The portion of the structure serving as the community shelter meets FEMA 316 F-4 criteria, while the rest of the building meets FEMA 316 F-2.   

Battlefield Fire Station No. 1
Battlefield, Missouri

To better serve its growing population, the Battlefield Fire Protection District worked with BWCO to design and construct this new facility, utilizing insulated concrete forms to meet FEMA 316 F-2 and F-3 wind load criteria.  The building houses six truck bays with entrances from both sides of the building.  It also includes storage areas, a locker room, an office, kitchen, commons area, and sleeping quarters for six with shower facilities, a study, and restrooms. 

Fort Leonard Wood Roof
State of Missouri
Various Locations

BWCO has provided architecture services for the State of Missouri on numerous projects throughout the state, including:


  • Fort Leonard Wood AVCATT Addition

  • Fort Leonard Wood Readiness Center Roof Replacement

  • Springfield Armory Building Addition

  • Highway Patrol Tower Roof Replacements

  • Landers State Office Building Roof Replacement

  • Springfield Regional Office Roof Replacement

  • Landers State Office Building Exterior Facade Repairs