Fire and emergency medical services need to move fast and be in perfect sync with each other. Through a joint venture, these two Summit County agencies now share resources in one beautiful, central hub.
- The board room doubles as a meeting space and emergency training facility, while large west-facing windows offer natural light and views of the Ten Mile Range
- Between the board room and office wing is an open, light-filled space for public engagement, where visitors can admire an antique fire truck and historic memorabilia
- The building’s materials and form complement its surroundings, with design elements reminiscent of early mining days