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Gwinnett County Fire Stations

Gwinnett County, Georgia

"Chad's professionalism, excellent listening and communication skills, his attention to detail and his great understanding of the end-user needs play a great role in his success."

Ruhi Bafrali, Project Manager, Gwinnett County Standby Services Agreement 

As part of a Standby Services Agreement with Gwinnett County, Proposed Architect Chad Alexander Smith, AIA, LEED® AP, while employed with Precision Planning, Inc., designed, permitted, bid and oversaw the construction of (7) seven fire stations as well as an Apparatus Storage and Maintenance Building (thru design), Fire Training Facility master plan and a POD storage building.

In 2009, the Gwinnett County Commission mandated that all new government facilities be LEED® certified. As a result, Architect Chad Alexander Smith designed Fire Station No.10 to be the first LEED® fire station in the County. The result was a station design that reduced its energy consumption by 15 percent and water consumption by 50 percent from past fire stations.

CAS ARCHITECTURE was recently awarded the 2014-2019 Standby Services Agreement with Gwinnett County.

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SIZE

13,000 GSF Three Bay Station

CONSTRUCTION COST

$2.5 million

FUNDING

2005 SPLOST

OCCUPANCY DATE

2010