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Location: Gilbert, Arizona

Owner: City of Gilbert

Certified: November 2013

Project Size: 11,121 ft²

Architect: HDA Architects & Planners

Energy Cost Savings: 57%

LEED Certification: Gold

Project Overview

Gilbert Fire Station 10 is a single story building and consists of staff quarters, offices, a day room, kitchen, and apparatus bay. It is the first LEED certified building in Gilbert. The fire station ensures residents living in northwest Gilbert have optimum response times, and it was built utilizing environmentally-friendly components. The facility is powered using solar panels, which helps reduce utility costs by 40%. The panels provide multi-purpose functionality by providing shaded parking as well as solar powered hot water.

Sustainability Features
  • 75% diversion of construction and demolition debris

  • 40% reduction in baseline indoor water use

  • 50% reduction in potable landscape water use

  • 36.2 kW solar powered system

  • Occupancy sensors

  • Highly efficient Low-E dual pane glass

  • Solar hot water

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