The Design-Build Team of Griffin Construction and Steele Associates Architects have been awarded the Emigrant Creek Interagency Fire Facility.
After a competitive public solicitation process, Griffin Construction is the project leader and Steele Associates is their architect.
The Emigrant Creek Ranger District compound is located on seven acres in Hines, Oregon. The intent of this project is to replace the existing converted residences with a new 14,800-square-foot facility that may consist of one or more buildings for the Burns Interagency Fire Zone.
“We’re honored to be selected for the Emigrant Creek Interagency Fire Facility because it plays such a critical role in the fire safety of our region. We really enjoy working with first responders and designing and constructing facilities that help them do their jobs. Our team is excited and ready to begin work on this important facility,” stated Samuel Griffin (team leader) and Scott Steele, president of Steele Associates Architects.