Cherry Hills Village / South Metro Fire Rescue Joint Public Safety Facility

This new 23,808-sf geo-structured Joint Public Safety Facility provides adequate space for the Fire and Police departments and includes apparatus bays; support areas; kitchen, dining and sleeping quarters for the Fire Department; offices; meeting rooms; locker rooms; interview rooms; evidence storage, processing, booking and holding; and storage for the Police Department. A workout area is shared by the two departments, as well as being available for use by the City staff. The large Training Room can be used by the public as a community space and includes public restrooms, a kitchenette and miscellaneous storage space. This project was given an Honor Award for Built Architecture from AIA Colorado.

Cherry Hills Village & South Metro Fire Rescue Authority

Municipal

Roth Sheppard Architects

Cherry Hills Village, CO

23,808 sf

AIA Colorado Honor Award for Built Architecture

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