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Buckeye Valley Fire House 321 and 328 are two interesting projects that converted residential homes into sleeping quarters and added prefabricate… Read More
Buckeye Valley Fire House 321 and 328 are two interesting projects that converted residential homes into sleeping quarters and added prefabricated metal out buildings to the properties for fire truck and equipment storage in order to change the use of the properties to fire station facilities for the Buckeye Valley Fire District. PINNELLA KAHNG architecture studio provided the design, code compliance and permit submittal documents for these change of occupancy projects. Read Less
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Buckeye Valley Fire House 321.
Buckeye Valley Fire House 321.
Site plan for Buckeye Valley Fire Station 321 showing site developments for change of occupancy work to convert an existing residence home and property to a fire station facility.
Elevation views of residential quarters for Buckeye Valley House 321.
Prefabricated metal buildings were used for fire vehicle and equipment  storage in the rear yard area of the homes.