The Pinetop Fire Station No. 110 project, built for the Pinetop Fire District, included the new construction of a two-story, 12,700 square foot fire station located in Pinetop, AZ. The facility supports fire suppression, vehicle rescue, public education, fire extinguishment training, and Humanitarian Assistance Response Training courses. The fire station was constructed using vertical seam roof panels in burnished slate with a polyvinylidene fluoride coating (Kyndar 500) finish, insulated concrete foam formwork exterior walls siding, and masonry on the training tower. The project also features administrative offices, fitness room, dorms, dining areas, kitchen, vehicle bays and a hose drying tower for forest fire observation. Due to CORE’s implementation of design by Perlman Architects of Arizona and dedication to quality construction, the Pinetop Fire Station No. 110 was awarded a Career Category Gold Medal in Fire Station Design Award for design and construction excellence.