Kernersville Fire Station 42
Hayden Design worked with the Kernersville Fire Chief and the Architect to select interior finishes and furnishings for the Walter M. Summerville Memorial Fire Station 42. Durability, budget and ease of maintenance were important considerations for the flooring products. The design of the space is a modern take on a traditional firehouse, with splashes of fire engine red.. Furnishings were specified for comfort and durability in this high use facility. The training / conference room was designed for flexibility and ease of reconfiguration.
Project Architect: adw architects
Kernersville Public Services
Hayden Design worked with the Director of the Public Services Dept. to create a state of the art facility that reflects the pride of the staff and the quality of their work in the community. A palette of textures, neutrals and strong accent colors create an energetic environment. The two story facility includes a large conference room which also serves as a community conference room, a large training center, small meeting areas, break rooms, restrooms with showers, offices and collaboration areas.
Project Architect: AWCK, Inc.
District Police Offices 1 & 3
As part of a bond referendum to improve public safety in the city, three new district substations were constructed to enhance community policing. Hayden Design worked alongside ADA Architecture to develop the building finishes, select and specify all the furniture for Police Districts One and Three. Bold colors and patterns were used to create a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere for both the public and the officers.
Project Architect: ADA Architecture