Case Study

Beulah Fire Protection & Ambulance District

The headquarters for the Beulah Fire Protection District is prominently located in the rural town of Beulah, Colorado. The new station will provide the residents of the Beulah Valley with a modern facility for response the needs of the community. The exterior materials consist of low maintenance aluminum panels, awnings as well as storefront door and window systems. The new central fire station coexists in it’s surroundings and Beulah’s beautiful rural setting.

The 13,000 square foot facility includes 4 apparatus bays, support spaces, day room with kitchen, living quarters include restrooms, and a fitness room. The facility also includes administrative offices, and a training room that provides opportunities for community meetings and firefighter education. Sustainable features include native landscaping, day lighting and energy efficient systems.

Project Highlights

Location:
Beulah, Colorado, 81023

Services Used: 
Architecture, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, BIM, Interior Architecture, Planning, Financial Consulting, Project Management