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Superstition Fire and Medical Station No. 265

Gold Canyon, AZ

Client: Apache Junction Fire District

Architect: Perlman Architects of AZ, Inc.

Project Summary

The Superstition Fire and Medical Station No. 265 project, built for the Apache Junction Fire District, included the new construction of a 5,400-square foot fire station located in Gold Canyon, AZ. The facility houses a 3,500-square foot living area and a 1,900-square foot apparatus bay to accommodate approximately 11 firefighters to provide direct fire and emergency medical services to the open spaces and rural areas of community. The fire station was designed and constructed to blend in with the residential homes in the vicinity. The project also featured a drive through apparatus bay, living area, and four sleeping rooms. Due to CORE's implementation and construction of the efficient design, the Superstition Fire and Medical Station No. 265 project reduced Superstition Fire and Medical District response times to the Gold Canyon community and surrounding areas.

Superstition Fire and Medical Station No. 265

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