RIM Architects | BLM Plymouth Mountain Interagency Facilities
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BLM Plymouth Mountain Interagency Facilities

Location:
Carson City, NV
Role :
Architect
Client :
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Total SF:
12,340
Sustainability:
LEED Gold
About

An increasing number of federal projects require combining different agencies in facilities that serve similar areas and needs.  This new facility is one such cooperative interagency project between the United States Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

This Design-Build project included site development services, design services and construction services to complete the design and construction of a Hotshots Fire Station (FS) facility, crew quarters, saw shop, hazmat building, and secured / unsecured parking areas. The site design has been developed to accommodate future locations of BLM Crew Quarters similar to the FS Crew Quarters as well as a future storage and workshop facility.

RIM Architects worked together with the client stakeholders using the USFS standard suite of facilities to assure the size of the features meet stakeholder requirements.

This Hotshots Fire Station building has been certified LEED® Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.