Yuma Fire Station No. 4

Yuma, Arizona

Project Info

  • Client

    City of Yuma

  • Size

    6,776 SF

  • Delivery method


  • Role on project

    Prime Architect

  • Project Completion:


  • Project Budget:


  • DFDG Team Members
  • Jessica Lacy

    Project Manager

Originally built in the 1970s, Fire Station No. 4's much needed updates help to bring the building up to current health and safety standards and make it better suited to serve the needs of today's fire fighters.

The renovation consisted of reorganizing the spaces to change an open communal dorm and collective gang restrooms to individual sleeping rooms and single-occupant restrooms to accommodate the growing number of female firefighters. The office, lobby, and IT spaces were redesigned to better serve the station’s needs.

The renovation design included separating turnout gear storage and the laundry room from the apparatus bays and adding a dedicated EMS supplies storage area.

The apparatus bay’s ventilation system was updated to help ensure a healthier environment for fire fighters and crews.

A small addition increased the size of the fitness room, allowing an easy transition between the weight room and the paved, outdoor patio.

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