• Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

  • Design-Build Project Delivery was utilized to reconstruct Escondido Fire Station #4 after the City of Escondido closed the station due to discovery of a mold infestation. Erickson-Hall, in association with Jeff Katz Architecture, transformed the existing 2,500 SF, 32-year-old facility into a 5,700 SF, 3-Bay, state-of-the-art Fire Station, more than double the size of old station, and delivered the project within the Owner’s budget.

Escondido Fire Station No. 4