The City of Ketchum Fire Station No. 1 project included the new construction of a two-story, 16,000-square-foot fire station in Ketchum, ID. The station features a decontamination room, shop and work spaces, additional locker space, a fire riser room and storage, administrative offices, public meeting and community rooms, a radio room, and an elevator. It also houses a vehicle storage bay for fire trucks, ambulances, and brush trucks. The site consists mainly of concrete paving and features hydronic snow melt. The fire station was constructed on a spread footing foundation with a concrete masonry unit and conventional steel structural frame, a brick veneer, metal panel and concrete masonry unit exterior, and a TPO roof. The City of Ketchum Fire Station No. 1 project, which received LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council upon completion, now provides an updated facility that fulfills the needs of the city and surrounding community.