Case Study

El Dorado Hills Fire Station No. 84

New, 2-story, 10,600 sq. ft. building designed to replace the existing fire station without increasing the building’s space footprint. The station is located in the heart of the community and has become a bit of an icon, acting as a natural place where kids cross the street to school, and pedestrians, runner, and cyclists are numerous. As a result, a patio area was built in as a public space, with a picnic table, drinking fountain and dog fountain was included in the design. Gable roofs were mimicked to compliment the residential areas, and the metal roofing and siding were very beneficial in creating the effect.

Project Details

El Dorado Hills Fire Station No. 84

Project Size: 10,600
Project Completion Date: 2017
Project Type: Municipality/Public Works
Architect: Calpo Hom & Dong Architects

General Contractor: Allen L. Bender, Inc.