Hear from the fire chief of Phoenix Fire Station 59, Ken Leake on his experience transforming the fire station into the first LEED Platinum building in the city of Phoenix.
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"We designed Station 59 with careful consideration of what these dedicated people do all day, every day,” says Larry Enyart, FAIA, LEED Fellow and Principal Architect of LEA Architects. “They live there, work out there and need to quickly be able to get to their trucks to respond to emergencies. Everything about the building needed to facilitate their needs." Watch the video to gain more insight from Larry Enyart.
Learn how Echelon's InsulTech wall system played a vital role in the restoration of Lawrence University's Banta Bowl field house in Appleton, WI. Harsh winters, tight deadlines and code requirements made InsulTech the perfect solution.
To help firefighters answer calls around the clock, the designers of Phoenix Fire Station 59 integrated beauty, acoustics and safety into an efficient structure, providing peace of mind for its occupants. Hear how the designers used Echelon Masonry to build a LEED platinum fire station
Echelon played an integral role in the creation of a truly unique museum design in Overland Park, KS. Hear from the contractor, Michael Reardon how he and the team were able to face and conquer the challenge of the second- floor stone balcony to complete the breathtaking exterior of the museum.
Hear the vision behind the Performing Arts Center from David Blaser, the contractor and see how Echelon Masonry helped its creators complete the captivating and unique project.