The Fire Station

HDA Architects Design of Phoenix (AZ) Fire Department Station 72 Earns LEED Gold Designation

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Phoenix (AZ) Fire Department Station 72, designed by HDA Architects, which sits on a pristine desert location, earned a LEED Gold Award for its energy saving measures and its environmental design. (Photos 1 through 5 courtesy of HDA Architects.)

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Phoenix Station 72 is two double-deep, drive-through apparatus bays housing an engine company and a heavy rescue squad.

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The kitchen in Phoenix Station 72, designed by HDA Architects, uses all stainless steel counters, cabinets, sinks and appliances.

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This aerial view of Phoenix Station 72 shows the front ramp area exiting onto Cave Creek Road, as well as the access to the rear of the station through a shared driveway (at lower left). Also note the parking structure covered by photovoltaic (PV) panels that produce 11.5-kilowatts of electricity for the station.

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HDA Architects designed Phoenix Station 72 to fit into the desert landscape by using natural materials like adobe brick and stone on the building.

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A view of Phoenix Station 72 shown from the surrounding desert. (Photos 6 and 7 courtesy of Phoenix Fire Department.)

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Station 72's heavy rescue squad leaves the station on a run.