The City of Henderson Fire Station No. 91 project included the new construction of a 10,998-square-foot fire station located in Henderson, NV. The facility houses three apparatus bays, a training room, and a fire engine. The station also features seven dormitories, administrative offices, a kitchen, and rehab day room. This project achieved LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for energy efficiency and sustainable features. The fire station was constructed on a slab-on-grade concrete foundation with a concrete masonry unit and steel structural frame, an exterior of metal wall panels, and a TPO roof. Through extensive value engineering efforts throughout preconstruction and construction, CORE was able to provide additional scope to the project and savings to the client. The City of Henderson Fire Station No. 91 project now provides and increased level of fire protection and safety to the communities of Inspirada and Medeira Canyon.