Copper Mountain Fire Station

Completed: 2009

Location: Copper Mountain, CO

Archetype: Safety

The Copper Mountain Consolidated Metropolitan District Fire Station and Administration Building is a 26,700 square foot facility designed to provide space for fire, cable television, water, sanitation, and administrative services provided by the District. The fire station aspect of the building features a four-bay drive through apparatus area; resting rooms & facilities for 24/7 firefighters and ambulance personnel; a tower for training including a search area, repelling, and stair training; operational offices; storage & equipment facilities; and, common use areas, including a physical fitness facility and an indoor/outdoor patio area with a built in grill. The administration aspect of the building features administrative offices for all District services; a full-service community room; a new head end facility for cable television; accessory storage; and operational facilities necessary to meet the needs of the Copper Mountain community. Pahl Architecture styled the building to incorporate the above uses with the architectural vocabulary of the nearby buildings in the mountain resort community.

2010 Gold Hard Hat Award

Government / Public Building
Mountain States Construction