san diego COUNTY fire station 44

PINE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

 

project information

  • OWNER - COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO

  • SIZE - 13,000 SQUARE FEET

  • COST - $8.2 MILLION

  • COMPLETED - JANUARY 2019

  • CERTIFICATIONS - LEED SILVER

The Pine Valley Fire Station is a 13,000 square foot newly constructed facility that replaced an existing 6,900 square foot building.  The two-story Fire Station includes three deep bays for parking fire apparatus and a half bay for an ambulance or battalion chief vehicle, associated support spaces, an administrative/training area, and living accommodations for up to fifteen personnel. The living spaces include a fitness room, kitchen, dining, day room, individual bunk rooms and restroom facilities, and administrative office space. 

This LEED Silver project was designed and constructed in 18 months from award of contract to grand opening. The Project implements low impact development standards and uses sustainable design principles, practices and performance. The architecture, engineering, landscaping and building systems are designed for efficiency and ease of maintenance. The design-build team worked closely with a variety of stakeholders to ensure all programming and project goals were attained and a quality of craftsmanship and durability lasting 50+ years was realized.  Through careful planning and attention to detail the Pine Valley Fire Station supports CAL FIRE’s mission, fits well within its context, and has been enthusiastically received by both Fire personnel and the community.