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Beachwood Public Safety Center Wins Gold

Public Safety Center building at dusk with American flag flying and a fire engine parked outside of the fire station.

Firehouse Magazine has announced the winners of their sixth annual Station Design Awards program. The Beachwood Public Safety Center Fire Station 2 in Beachwood, Ohio took home the Gold in the Mixed Use Award category.

“The Station Design Awards brings the best in fire station and training facility designs and renovations to departments across the country and helps our readers prepare and plan for these long-term projects that become the center of the community for decades,” said Peter Matthews, editor-in-chief of Firehouse Magazine. “The awards allow our readers to be aware of the latest trends and concept that have been vetted by architects and fire department officials.”

Gold, Silver and Bronze awards have been distributed across eight categories in this prestigious competition: Career 1 and 2 departments, Satellite stations, Combination, Volunteer, Mixed Use departments, Training Facilities and Renovated fire stations. To learn more, visit


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