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Eau Claire Fire Station 8

This fire station renovation included a roof replacement, overhead door replacement, and the installation of three new ground-mounted solar arrays. This project aimed to improve the station's functionality, energy efficiency, and overall sustainability.

The roof replacement was a crucial aspect of the project, as the existing roof had shown signs of wear and deterioration. A new standing seam metal roof was installed, providing enhanced protection against the elements. This upgrade added a fresh and modern aesthetic to its appearance, while ensuring the longevity of the project.

In addition to the roof replacement, the overhead doors of the fire station were replaced, with the added feature of increased height for two of them. This modification was made to accommodate larger emergency response vehicles, ensuring seamless access and egress during critical situations. The upgraded overhead doors were carefully selected for their durability, functionality, and security, allowing for smooth operations and enhanced safety for the firefighting team.

Furthermore, the fire station embraced sustainability by installing three new ground-mounted solar arrays. These solar arrays harnessed renewable energy from the sun, reducing the station's reliance on traditional power sources and decreasing its carbon footprint. The solar arrays not only provided clean and renewable energy for the station's operations but also contributed to long-term cost savings and environmental stewardship.

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