Spanish Fork has experienced a significant rate of growth over the past couple decades, resulting in more pressure on its emergency services and facilities. For many years the city relied on volunteer firefighters, but is now in process of transitioning to a full time staff. The city hired Blalock and Partners to design their new Fire Station 62 facility to meet these needs of a growing community. The design concept for the building celebrates the city’s agrarian roots by expressing the building’s primary components as agricultural “outbuildings”. This 14,500 square foot facility was completed fall of 2020.
2021 Merit Award, AIA Western Mountain Region
2021 Volunteer/Combination Bronze Award, Firehouse Station Design Awards
2020 Most Outstanding Public Project Under $10M, Utah Construction & Design
Photography credit: Winquist Photography