City of Henderson Inspirada Fire Station 91
AIA Nevada Honor Award, Built Category, 2018
Nevada Chapter of the American Public Works Association, Structures $5 million to $10 million, 2018
NAIOP Nevada Honor Award Public Use, 2018
City of Henderson Fire Station 91 Prototype, Archello, March 2022
City of Henderson Fire Station #91, Architect Magazine, June 11, 2019
About the Cover, Welcome Fire Station 91, Henderson Happenings, Winter 2018
Fire Station #91 is the new prototypical facility for the City of Henderson Fire Department through a joint agreement between the City of Henderson and the Inspirada Master Planned Community. The project consists of a 10,890 SF of fire fighter barracks and storage bay for firefighting apparatus. As a City of Henderson project, the building satisfies the City’s Green Building Standards, and is LEED Gold Certified.
The overall goals behind the facility were to provide a secure, flexible, functional, low maintenance building that is respectful of the local desert environment, the Inspirada Commercial Design Standards and responsive to the needs of the evolving West Henderson communities. It provides respite for fire fighters and EMTs in order for them to perform at peak physical and mental awareness while providing 24 hour, 7 day a week emergency response and disaster relief services for the continual expansion of West Henderson.
This project is LEED Gold Certified.