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Las Vegas Fire Station 108

Las Vegas, NV

Client: City of Las Vegas

Architect: City of Las Vegas

Project Summary

The Las Vegas Fire Station 108 project, built for the City of Las Vegas, included the new construction of a 7,640-square foot fire station located in Las Vegas, NV. The two-bay drive through station houses one engine company and one rescue unit for Las Vegas Fire and Rescue. The fire station was constructed using a spread footing foundation, insulated concrete foam and steel joist structural frame, exterior insulation and finish system with stone veneer exterior finish, and a single ply standing seam and membrane roof. The project also featured a full-service kitchen, fitness gym, day room, and dorm facilities in addition to LED lighting with sensing technology, full generator back up, and data/communications infrastructure. The project received LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the Outstanding Service Award by Las Vegas Fire and Rescue, and the Best Light Commercial Award from ICF Builder. Due to CORE's construction efficiency and attention to architectural design, the Fire Station 108 project finished early and approximately $174,000 under the projected budget.

Las Vegas Fire Station 108

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