The City of Sunrise selected ADG for a detailed spatial needs assessment, master planning, cost estimating, facilities design and construction administration for the Sunrise Fire Station No. 72. The new facility is a two-story, 19,045 SF station with four bays, co-located adjacent to the Sunrise Municipal Complex.
The structure’s building envelope includes coral stone tinted pre-cast concrete panels, high impact resistant curtain wall glazing, modified bitumen roofing, and 14 feet high, side folding wood and glass apparatus bay doors facing the Boulevard. The station includes approximately 4,000 SF of Logistics Storage, Typical Living Spaces, such as Dining, Day Room, Kitchen, Offices, and Entry Lobby Space on the first floor, and Bunk Rooms and Physical Agility Space on the second level.
Under a separate competitive RFQ selection process, ADG was contracted to design the public safety complex on the same campus. The complex houses the entire operations of the Fire Rescue Administration and Training, Sunrise Police Department’s 300 employees, Joint-Use Broward County/City of Sunrise 911 Communications Center (PSAP), Municipal Emergency Operations Center, Citywide M.I.S. Data Center, and an indoor, eight-lane Firing Range. ADG simultaneously designed the Fire Station and the five-story Public Safety Building, which shares a Central Energy Plant serving both facilities on the campus and provides 100% redundancy to all critical infrastructure components, ensuring that the facilities will remain operational during and immediately after a natural disaster.