Curry Architects’ Redesign of Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company Featured in Baltimore Business Journal

In this morning’s digital edition of the Baltimore Business Journal, Curry Architects’ redesign of the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company’s Station 32 was featured in the column ‘Cool Digs.’ Curry Architects has been a part of the ongoing growth of the Company’s Station 32 over the last two decades including an expansion to house larger equipment in the early 2000s. This most recent renovation was completed in 2018 and involved major space planning to give the Company additional, more private sleeping quarters and restrooms, a separate kitchen and dining area, lounges, fitness center, offices, conference room and large community gathering/training space. The most special feature of the redesign is the museum space, which highlights historic objects and photographs from the Company’s history in the community as the second oldest Volunteer Fire Company in Baltimore County.

Read more about the redesign in the Baltimore Business Journal here.