This is the Grand Canyon National Park Airport Flightline and Tower. This structure is designed by LEA Architects, an architectural firm in Phoenix, AZ.
Front view image of the Grand Canyon National Park Airport Operations Building. LEA Architects, architects  of this structure, wanted to highlight the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon itself as inspiration for this facility and building.
Open house seating located within the Grand Canyon National Park Airport and Operations Building. These structures are designed by LEA Architects, a local Phoenix architectural firm.

grand canyon national park airport operations building + arff

19,200 s.f.

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LEA served as designer and architect for the new Grand Canyon National Airport Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Facility. Natural materials, including native stone combined with long span trusses and glazing offer extensive views of the airfield and surrounding forest. The building is designed with the natural vernacular of the Grand Canyon as an inspiration.

Grand Canyon ARFF Features include:

  • Four (4) Drive Through Crash Rescue Bays
  • Four (4) Drive Through Snow Plow / Maintenance Bays
  • Two-story Living Space with Fire Pole Drops
  • Dormitory Space
  • AFFF Foam and Hose Storage
  • Training Room
  • Office Space for Sheriff’s Department, Crash Rescue and Maintenance
  • Personnell
  • Observation Tower
  • Physical Conditioning Room
  • Kitchen, Dining and Dayroom
  • Work Shop

Check out Grand Canyon National Airport ARFF on Fire Chief Magazine

Check out LEED Gold Grand Canyon National Airport ARFF on USGBC Arizona

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