We were asked to coordinate a new centralized fire station that also serves as a reminder of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake tragedy. During preliminary research, mapping the existing fire stations demonstrated how extensive the coverage of infrastructure was. Inspired by Chief Dennis Sullivan's [1893-1906] dream to equip San Francisco with a seawater fire-fighting plant that could have mitigated the disaster in 1906, our memorial celebrates the element of water. Serving as the headquarters, it will be an addition to the city's Auxiliary Water Supply System [AWSS]. Sea water is processed through the roof of the fire station to mitigate salinity levels for firefighting purposes. Once processed, desalinated water drips and pours from the exterior ceiling, filling up the long memorial space and allowing for various public uses.