The Drexel Heights Fire Station #401 Remodel project, completed for Drexel Heights Fire District, included selective demolition, renovations, and additions to the existing fire station in Tucson, AZ. The existing interior of the station was remodeled to provide new dormitories, a kitchen, and storage areas, and renovations included interior finishes, interior walls, plumbing and HVAC systems, as well as new electrical fixtures, ductwork, roofing, trusses and roll-up doors. The project also included concrete slab trenching for utilities, new parking lots, a new septic system and two new pre-manufactured buildings. The addition to the fire station houses a lobby area, study, dining room, office, and fitness room. The additional building was constructed on a concrete footings foundation with a structural steel frame of masonry, steel stud framing, and light gauge trusses, and an exterior skin of concrete masonry unit and metal panels. The overall building acquired a new standing seam metal roof. Now complete, Drexel Heights Fire Station #401 provides a safe, clean environment for the first responders of Drexel Heights.