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Title: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 68jk09 on February 04, 2014, 09:26:04 PM
1.engine275...total 134
2.engine332...total 117
3.engine045...total 116
4.engine090...total 115
5.engine046...total 109
6.engine283...total 107
7.engine042...total 107
8.engine159...total 107
9.engine303...total 105
10engine255...total 105
11engine290...total 104
12engine231...total 103
13engine097...total 103
14engine310...total 102
15engine050...total 102
16engine088...total 101
17engine075...total 099
18engine298...total 097
19engine082...total 097
20engine048...total 096
21engine302...total 095
22engine248...total 094
23engine092...total 093
24engine236...total 092
25engine071...total 092
26engine062...total 090
27engine249...total 088
28engine064...total 086
29engine233...total 086
30engine038...total 085
31engine308...total 084
32engine317...total 083
33engine079...total 082

Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: nfd2004 on February 04, 2014, 09:29:27 PM
 Thanks Chief. I certainly appreciate that.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: mack on February 04, 2014, 11:27:18 PM
Thanks again, Chief.  I did not see you had also posted these totals along with truck totals.  It would be interesting to compare these to respective ladder totals for location similarities. 

Things have changed a lot over the years.  Some companies continue to be busy.  Others have significantly increased or decreased their workloads.

Thanks again.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: nfd2004 on February 05, 2014, 12:35:07 AM
Thanks again, Chief.  I did not see you had also posted these totals along with truck totals.  It would be interesting to compare these to respective ladder totals for location similarities. 

Things have changed a lot over the years.  Some companies continue to be busy.  Others have significantly increased or decreased their workloads.

Thanks again.

  Bronx Engine 90 is an example. Now number 4 for all hands or greater.

  A retired Brooklyn Dispatcher told me over 20 years ago, that Queens Engine 275 was going to be a busy company. That was even before Ladder 133 went into service with them. That Brooklyn Dispatcher, I believe number "120", was right.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: mikeindabronx on February 05, 2014, 07:27:19 AM
Thank you Chief for both rundowns
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: SI1075 on February 05, 2014, 10:37:24 AM
can you post ALL of the engine and ladder all hands............  not just the top?
thanks in advance
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 1261Truckie on February 05, 2014, 11:17:36 AM
Once again, thanks Chief
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: svd385 on February 05, 2014, 05:18:27 PM
Thanks for the info ...
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: fdny1075k on February 05, 2014, 06:19:18 PM
Thanks Chief!
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 3511 on February 06, 2014, 09:02:41 AM
great post 68Jk. Thank you.

interesting that no Manhattan companies on the list. Years ago Harlem and the Lower East Side would have dominated the list.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: fdce54 on February 06, 2014, 01:07:35 PM
Yes as Willie D stated, some surprises on the list. Engine 90 didn't surprise me as I drove down W.P.Rd from Pelham Pkwy a few months ago going to Van Nest and couldn't believe how $hitty that area is now compared to what it once was and L41 (along with L51) was an interchange company for L33 back in the 70's. What did surprise me was Engine 97. I would have thought Engines 62, 63 and 38 would be ahead of 97 but the times have a changed. So was Engine 159 a surprise but as I don't know Staten Island maybe someone who knows Staten Island can tell me about that area. All this leads up to my one question about this list. Does this mean that these engines were first due at an all hands or just how many all hands they responded to? Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: MP1234 on February 06, 2014, 01:17:30 PM
I'm almost sure any All Hands on Staten Island, E159 responds with the Satellite, that's why their numbers are high.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: guitarman314 on February 06, 2014, 01:39:31 PM
Yes as Willie D stated, some surprises on the list. Engine 90 didn't surprise me as I drove down W.P.Rd from Pelham Pkwy a few months ago going to Van Nest and couldn't believe how $hitty that area is now compared to what it once was and L41 (along with L51) was an interchange company for L33 back in the 70's. What did surprise me was Engine 97. I would have thought Engines 62, 63 and 38 would be ahead of 97 but the times have a changed. So was Engine 159 a surprise but as I don't know Staten Island maybe someone who knows Staten Island can tell me about that area. All this leads up to my one question about this list. Does this mean that these engines were first due at an all hands or just how many all hands they responded to? Thanks in advance.
  That's why I've been saying the Bronx has been flipped upside down. Who would've believed 30 years ago that HL39 would be one of the busier trucks and Bn14 would be quieter than Bn20?
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: Shamrock1010 on February 06, 2014, 02:55:38 PM
Wow. No 234, 227, or 214. Some busy engines in busy areas not making the cut. Still great shops though.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: guitarman314 on February 06, 2014, 04:13:19 PM
Wow. No 234, 227, or 214. Some busy engines in busy areas not making the cut. Still great shops though.
  One of the reasons for the drop is Gentrification that is going on in those neighborhoods as well as others like Sunset Park, Williamsburg, Alphabet City, East Harlem and Mott Haven.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 3511 on February 06, 2014, 04:44:02 PM
It would have to be total AH's and above, not just 1st due.

E97 goes into a lot of the jobs in Wakefield, Williamsbridge, Morris Park, etc., 4th due, extra engine or 2d alarm. It's merely a function of their geography.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: Parkave32 on February 06, 2014, 04:57:46 PM
I would be curious to know where Eng 63 was ranked since 62 79 97 and 38 are  in the top 33. Also where eng 66 is ranked since they also run with bthese companies
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: blzdp on February 06, 2014, 05:10:29 PM
Well put 3511 I think that's true for some of these units listed.  E97 doesn't do much first due work but the co north south and west of them are fairly active and they end up being busy by association. Not taking anything away from 97 but just a fact
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: guitarman314 on February 06, 2014, 05:17:18 PM
Engine 97 has Satellite 2
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 68jk09 on February 06, 2014, 05:17:39 PM
I did not make the list i just copied it.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: 3511 on February 06, 2014, 05:33:13 PM
And that chief, is why It was such a good post...Sparked an interesting discussion.

As for E63, I bet they would rank high in AH's in just first alarm response area, but they do not leave that area very often because they protect the extreme northern in flank of the city.
Title: Re: 2013 FDNY ENG's AH OR GREATER.
Post by: Rodent251 on February 22, 2014, 04:53:55 AM
There are a few houses that have both engine and truck on this list, with a few having both engine and truck in the top ten, with E332 L175 having both in the top five.

JT