In response to increasing needs as the surrounding community grows and tinder-dry conditions of the Front Range forests continue, Rocky Mountain Fire completed a bond issue to renovate one station and build three new stations in their district.   Each building’s design varies depending on the need of the specific station’s response area.  The remodel of the Superior station has a state-of-the-art rescue training tower with an integrated climbing wall and simulations of interior and exterior rescue conditions.  The Eldorado Springs Canyon station has a helipad and storage for a steel-tracked vehicle used for rescues in difficult mountain terrain.  Each station’s aesthetic design responds to their surroundings in terms of building mass, building materials, form, and color palette.