The Old OKC Fire Station #8 was a full scale remodel of a two-story fire station built in the early 1900’s. We came in and completely gutted the outdated interior and finished it out with modern touches including a full kitchen, restrooms, offices, and a conference room. This project included repairs to the structure, addition of a staircase, removal of the old fire poles, and an increase in the height of the existing overhead doors to accommodate larger trucks. It has a custom fabricated aluminum drying rack complete with a high horsepower fan and air sock. This building was restored without affecting the overall appearance and historical value of the exterior. This station is now used as a river rescue headquarters and houses personal watercraft, boats and rescue units.