Denver International Airport Fire Station No. 35

Denver International Airport Fire Station No. 35

Group14 Services

LEED Consulting
LEED Documentation
Energy Modeling
Xcel Energy – Energy Design Assistance (EDA)
Commissioning (Cx)


City – Denver, Colorado
Project Size – 18,000 SF


The Denver Fire Department along with Denver International Airport is building Fire Station 35 at DIA. This is the 5th station at DIA. Unlike the other four stations at DIA that focus on airfield response, this new building is focused on public safety situations.

According to CEO Kim Day of DIA, “This new fire station will enhance the ability for our partners at the Denver Fire Department to respond to areas that are farther away from the airfield, such as the Federal Aviation Administration’s radar control center, Peña Boulevard, Final Approach, the south campus and the new Westin Hotel and RTD train stations on airport property.”


  • Because of the PV claimed, they were able to offset a lot of the energy savings under EAc1. As a result, they maximized the points you could achieve under the energy credit.
  • They achieved 48% energy cost savings for 19 LEED points.
  • Transit oriented site
  • Parking for low emitting vehicles and bike storage for staff
  • Recycled and regional materials
  • FCS certified wood
  • Low VOC materials for superior indoor air quality
  • High-efficiency plumbing fixtures
  • On-site renewable energy through a photovoltaic array

1325 East 16th Ave
Denver, CO 80218
(303) 861-2070


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