Taylors Fire Headquarters

Taylors Fire & Rescue
Taylors, SC

Established in 1958 as a Special Purpose District, Taylors Fire & Rescue serves a large area that includes a variety of industrial, business, church, school, and residential development. Creating a new headquarters for this growing area of Greenville County will address the facility design needs for the fire department and serve as a beacon of safety and security to the community.

Located at the intersection of a major highway and main street leading to downtown, this new building will serve as a gateway to Taylors, SC. Architectural forms and materials will be reminiscent of the Historic Southern Bleachery Mill, originally constructed in 1924, and the Enoree River train trestle which carried the first Southern Railway tracks from Charlotte to Greenville constructed in 1873. Both have strong ties to the history of this community and are still in use today.

The new 23,050 square foot fire headquarters will contain administrative offices, a community meeting/training room, three drive-thru apparatus bays and 1 back-in bay, along with firefighter living and work areas. The new campus also includes a new 4,450 square foot fleet maintenance building servicing apparatus for the entire department.

The project is being developed using the Construction Manager at Risk construction delivery method with Hogan Construction, LLC providing the pre-construction and construction services for the project.