Adams County Fire Station 11

Metro Denver’s population boom increased the number of fire emergency calls throughout the region, leading to Adams County Fire and Rescue’s district expansion. Salas O’Brien provided structural engineering for their masonry and cold-formed steel structure.

One of the most notable features of this project is the use of architecturally exposed structural steel in the five apparatus bays, conveying the strength, readiness, and reliability of this essential service—adding a layer of complexity to the project. The final product is a fire superstation ideally suited to the expanded needs of Adams Fire and Rescue.

The fire station features fire gear support and storage, training walls, classrooms, 12 bunk rooms, and a ropes training course as well as fitness, dining, and administration space.



Completion Year



33,000 square feet

Construction Cost

$10.7 million


ENR Mountain States Best Projects 2020
Green Project, Best Project

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