This challenging and innovative project required the transformation of an existing 40 year-old former fire station into a state-of-the-art training and readiness center used for deployment of the 996th Area Support Medical Company. Work included demolition, new fire sprinkler, electrical service and mechanical system. The facility is equipped with the latest building and site security technology, including security perimeter fencing and gates.
This project was a major renovation project to convert a 14,000 SF single story warehouse building into a 28,000 SF two-story one-stop shop for military personnel. Built in 1974, there were significant structural issues to contend with including: deteriorate stem walls which required shoring the roof and walls while damaged areas were removed and replaced and the necessity of lowering the floor by 3 feet to accommodate the second story
Camp Navajo is a 10,000 SF, LEED Silver Certification facility built on the historic National Guard Base in Bellemont, AZ. The facility includes 4 apparatus bays with 4 doors at each end of the bay allowing it to function as an 8-bay facility, training rooms, 6 dormitories, kitchen, administrative office and dispatch room.