Beaver Creek Metro District Firehouse

About the Project

This new firehouse, Station 11, provides the community with a new station for their firefighters to be housed with the form, functionality, and flexibility to meet the needs of Beaver Creek over the next 50+ years. The project includes four private bunk rooms designed to house three separate crews with two shared restrooms. There is a large exercise room and a training mezzanine and tower built into the stairwell. The downstairs features a high-end residential kitchen with stainless steel countertops, a relaxation area, and crew and officer offices. The apparatus bay has three bays for fire trucks, gear lockers, and a work bench area. The building is heated by a geothermal system that required ten 400-foot deep borings.

Location: Beaver Creek, CO

Architect(s): Fennell Group

Owner: Beaver Creek Metropolitan District


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deep borings for geothermal heat