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Pueblo of Sandia Fire/EMS Station

Jaynes and the Pueblo of Sandia have a relationship that spans over three decades and over 30 projects. The construction of the 11,330 square feet Pueblo of Sandia’s Fire/EMS Station project meets the demands of providing trained, equipped, and ready forces capable of serving the Pueblos’ communities. 

Jaynes has extensive experience utilizing insulated concrete forms and are proud to have constructed over 150,000 square feet of ICF buildings throughout the state, bringing our expertise to the new fire station facility. We have built over $200M in fire stations, first responder, and military facilities and have built several NM State National Guard facilities that require the same high-level of expertise and agency coordination. We used our experience throughout the Fire/EMS Station project and provided the highest standard of craftsmanship. We understand that buildings such as the Fire/EMS Station contribute to the growth and safety of this community for decades to come.

Our BIM (Building information modeling) department was vital to this project, contributing completed building systems (MEP) modeling and coordination, and we self-performed concrete for the Pueblo of Sandia Fire Station.

Renderings created by Vigil & Associates Architectural Group, P.C.

Job Details:

owner:

Pueblo of Sandia

Architect:

Vigil & Associates Architectural Group, P.C.