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Miller Hull Partnership selected for new San Diego fire station, the firm’s first outside of Seattle

Source: The Architect's Newspaper

10-5-2021 | News

The Miller Hull Partnership has completed a handful of contemporary firehouses in and around the firm’s home base of Seattle over the past decade including Seattle Fire Station 39 in Lake City (2010), Seattle Fire Station 21 in Greenwood (2013), and the multi-award-winning Mercer Island Fire Station 92 (2015).

Now, Miller Hull has been tapped by the City of San Diego to design its first fire station outside of the Emerald City: Torrey Pines Fire Station, a three-bay emergency response facility sited near the La Jolla campus of the University of California, San Diego. The city has teamed Miller Hull with general contractor Level 10 Construction for the estimated $16.5 million project, to be delivered through an integrated process that, according to the firm, will bring together designers, consultants, and subcontractors to work side-by-side throughout the entirety of the design and construction phases.


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