Fire station & Preparedness Training

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LITTLETON FIRE AND RESCUE STATION NO. 19

Location: Littleton, Colorado

Description:The project is broken up into three phases.  Phase 1/Pre-Construction includes: Design meetings, estimating/cost control, evaluation of design for construct ability, document review, value engineering, schedule development, identification of schedule conflicts, field investigations, pre-qualification of subcontractors and pre-planning for site activities.  Phase 2: Bid the project out, collect pricing from subcontractors and establish the GMP.  Phase 3:  Construction of a new 7,700 SF fire station with two apparatus bays, office and residential living quarters. 

ARCHITECTINTERGROUP ARCHITECTS

 
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stapleton fire station no.26

Location: Denver, Colorado

Description:13,129 SF main-level fire station and 1,771 SF basement. The facility can serve 32 firefighters and a district chief. The 75-foot tower, nearly twice as high as a traditional firehouse tower, is used for rappelling exercises and other firefighter training. Energy-saving, durable, long lasting, maintenance-free green materials were used throughout the facility. The station includes three bays, a public zone, a meeting room, and a private zone surrounding an interior courtyard.

ARCHITECT: OZ ARCHITECTURE

 

Platte Valley Kersey Fire Station

Location: Kersey, Colorado

Description:  A new 33,200 SF 2-story fire station with partial basement.  The building includes a day room, kitchen and sleeping quarters, offices and a community room, a fitness center and room for a future emergency operations center.  Also includes 7 vehicle bays and associated work and storage spaces.

 

ARCHITECT: SHORT ELLIOT HENDRICKSON INC

 
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West metro fire station no. 4

 

Location: Lakewood, Colorado

Description:  New 10,655 SF 2-story fire station on a 0.83 acre site. Project includes the demolition of the existing fire station. The station is constructed with structural steel and structural CMU. Exterior finishes include stucco and smooth and split-faced CMU.

 

ARCHITECT: OZ ARCHITECTURE

 
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Golden fire station no. 1

 

Location: Golden, Colorado

Description: The Golden Fire Station No. 1 is a two-story 14,660 SF facility which contains a six-bay apparatus garage, watch office and ancillary functions on the main level. The second level contains administrative offices, a training facility and 4-bedroom quarters area. The station replaced the existing facility which was constructed in 1961. This was an urban site which was limited by many existing constraints for new development.

ARCHITECT: HAUSER ARCHITECTS

 
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Platteville Gilcrest Fire Protection District Training Center

 

Location: Gilcrest, Colorado

Description: New construction of 1,600 SF burn building used for training. Construction also included site development of the surrounding areas.  

 

ARCHITECT: Colorado Civil Group, Inc.

 

GREELEY PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER

Location: Greeley, Colorado

Description:This 10 acres site involves roadway reconstruction, concrete and asphalt paving, over lot, and fine grading, water line installation, dry utility relocation, landscaping, irrigation and a 4,500 SF burn building. Work will include: two-story structural concrete and CMU burn building, thermal linings, metal stairs and landings; erosion and sediment control; clearing and grubbing; overlot and fine  grading; traffic control measures on North 35th Avenue incidental to  waterline construction;  earthwork, excavation and embankment with  excavated “onsite” and fill material; concrete and asphalt paving; landscaping and irrigation; seeding in disturbed areas; irrigation control and supply to landscaping features; construction surveying and construction traffic control.  Project is on an occupied site..

ARCHITECTELLIOT, LEBOEUF & ASSOCIATES

 

FORT COLLINS READINESS CENTER

Location: Fort Collins , Colorado

Description:Selective renovation of approximately 13,300 SF, structural repairs to approximately 2,600 SF, and site improvements. Renovation to corridors, offices, classrooms, restrooms and drill hall.  Limited wall removal/construction, installation of fire suppression and direct digital controls (DDC) systems, HVAC and plumbing upgrades, code compliance upgrades, ceiling, lighting, and finishes replacement. Structural work anticipated: Interior floor slab, wall repairs/replace. Exterior work includes potential water line replace, expansion of military parking area (paving/security fencing). DMVA will separately contract geotechnical analysis, asbestos assessment and selective asbestos abatement coordinated with design scope. 

ARCHITECT: RB + B ARCHITECTS