Fire Stations

Golder Ranch Fire Station / Admin Building
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt completed a new $6.25 million headquarters campus for Golder Ranch Fire District. New facilities include a fire station, an administration building, a training facility, and a fleet maintenance building. Extensive site development was also completed. There are a total of 4 buildings on 8.9 acres. The fire station is an 12,000 SF, 4 bay, 10 bed station. The 10,000 SF Administration Office Building features a large conference room which doubles as an emergency operations center. The 8,500 SF Training Facility features a large auditorium, 2 large classrooms, meeting rooms, offices, locker rooms, showers and kitchen. The 9,000 SF Fleet Maintenance Building features 4 drive-thru bays, lube pit, fabrication shop, parts storage with mezzanine, locker room and showers, offices, breakroom and kitchen.

Lang Wyatt has had the privilege to build fire stations for several districts in Southern Arizona.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Corona de Tucson Fire Station
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt built this $2 million, 7,500 SF satellite fire station in Corona de Tucson, outside Tucson, Arizona. The station is more like an urban station than a rural station which was designed to complement the commercial center that will surround it. The station achieved a LEED® Silver Certification. This station is energy efficient, conserves water, utilizes solar hot water heating, features a low maintenance metal roof, and was built with as much local material as possible.

The crew quarters makes use of a high efficiency wall and roof systems called SIPs, or structurally insulated panels. This system results in high insulation value and easy assembly. The station includes four drive through apparatus bays, individual crew quarters for five, three private shower rooms, operations room, day room, gear and turnout storage, exercise room and ample storage.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt built this $1.8 million replacement fire station for Drexel Heights Fire District. The new 9,000 SF station is located on a 2-acre site. An economical design was used and provides for 6 dorm rooms, a day room, a full commercial kitchen, public entry, weight room, and storage. The choice of materials and finishes provides for a durable and easily maintainable station.





Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
Tucson, Arizona

Lang Wyatt built this new $1 million, 6,800 SF fire station with two truck bays and living quarters for eight men plus the fire captain. Also included are a training room, commercial kitchen with dining area, laundry room, storage room, and lounge area.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Green Valley Fire District – Stations 151 & 155
Green Valley, Arizona

Lang Wyatt worked in a Construction Manager at Risk relationship with WSM architects to build two new fire stations totaling $7.5 million for Green Valley Fire District in the retirement community of Green Valley, south of Tucson. Station 151 is a four-bay station and Station 155 is a three-bay station. Each station is subject to significantly different local aesthetics, but a standardized program and conceptual space plan was developed which allows the flexibility necessary to find a solution that fits the site and the surrounding neighborhood.

Both stations are be pursuing LEED® Silver Certification, reflecting the District's commitment to the community and the environment. A standing seam metal roof will allow integration of building-mounted photovoltaic panels.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Preserve Station
Saddlebrooke, Arizona

Lang Wyatt worked with an architect in a Construction Manager at Risk relationship to build this $1.8 million fire station in Saddlebrooke, a northern suburb of Tucson, for the Golder Ranch Fire District. The new 6,500 SF facility is a 2-bay, 6-bed fire station.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District –
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
Golder Ranch Fire District – Oro Valley Station
Oro Valley, Arizona

Lang Wyatt worked with an architect in a Construction Manager at Risk relationship to build a new $2.5 million fire station in Oro Valley, a suburb of Tucson, for the Golder Ranch Fire District. The new 7,200 SF facility is a 3-bay, 6-bed fire station. Construction was complete in May, 2008.



Other Projects

  • Corona de Tucson Fire Station
  • Golder Ranch Fire Station/
    Admin Bldg
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 3
  • Drexel Heights Fire Station No. 4
  • Green Valley Fire District -
    Stations 151 & 155
  • Golder Ranch Saddlebrooke Station
  • Golder Ranch Oro Valley Station
  • Golder Ranch Training/Fleet Maintenance
  • Picture Rocks Fire District Station No. 1
  • Rio Rico Fire Station No.3
  • Golder Ranch Linda Vista Fire Station
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