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St. George Fire Station No. 10

Rendering for Fire Station #10 in St. George, Utah

Client Name

City of St. George

Location

St. George, Utah

Completion Date

November 2024

Size

12,800 sf

As the City of St. George has rapidly developed over the last decade and relocated its airport, the City needed to support the citizens in the Desert Canyons part of the City with the necessary fire services.

Galloway was selected to provide architecture design, interior design, MEP, and civil engineering services for Fire Station 10. Galloway worked with the City to adjust the design based on insight gained from the prototypes of previous stations to fit the different functional requirements for this particular station and to adapt the station to the site considering the unique attributes. The stations’ design needed to be modified to add a dorm room and restroom adjacent to the battalion chief’s office. Additionally, some spaces are required to be adapted to accommodate updated equipment requirements.

The 12,800 sf station will offer services to the latest nearby developments and residents and support the airport fire station. With the site adjacent to the airport, the height of the training tower had to be coordinated in design. We also had to consider the soil types for the structures and the storm management system.

The fire station includes four apparatus bays, a training/community room, single-user private restrooms, and an ancillary storage building and training tower.

Contact

Jim Child

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Principal
Regional Architectural Team Manager

801.533.2100 Contact

Lauren Warren



Regional Manager of Business Development

385.248.0460 Contact

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