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Golder Ranch Fire District Station #375

Located in Oro Valley, AZ

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The renovation of Station #375 for Golder Ranch Fire District updated the aesthetics of the station while meeting the requirements for both the living quarters and the apparatus bay. The updated station maintains cohesiveness with the neighborhood in which it is located, which is in a well-established section of Oro Valley. All additions and renovations went through architectural review through the Town of Oro Valley, including additions to the exterior elevations, to ensure the new elements met the needs and concerns of the neighbors and the town.

The project included renovation of the existing 6,846 SF building and the addition of 2,486 SF including a new kitchen, dining room, and dorm rooms which replaced the existing shared bunk room. These revisions along with a new exhaust system in the apparatus bay and new airlocks between the bay and the living quarters were all completed within the project’s schedule and budget.

Golder Ranch Station #375 now meets the needs and requirements of a modern fire station and puts the health and wellness of the crew as its priority.

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