Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District

Overview of projects

The Vanir team provided construction management oversight and quality assurance services for four new fire stations for Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District. Two representative projects include:

Fire Station 110

As the first station to be completed, this 9,175-square-foot facility became the prototype for the remaining stations. It has two equipment/apparatus bays, eight dormitories, four bathrooms, kitchen/dining and day rooms, office areas, storage areas and a physical workout room.

Fire Station 29

This 12,825-square-foot station consists of three major components: west annex, east annex and apparatus/equipment bays that hold up to ten pieces of firefighting equipment. Each annex includes ten dormitories, five bathrooms, a battalion chief’s garage, an office, a kitchen/dining room and a day room.

Vanir was highly responsive and continuously worked to protect our interest and provide expert guidance in completing our projects. They exceeded contract and owner expectations to make sure the work was completed under budget and on time.

– Tom Perkins, Project Manager, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District
Sacramento, California
Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District

MFDB Architects, Inc.


ZCON Builders, Inc.

Square Footage
47,500 SF
Construction Cost
FS 110: $3.7 Million; FS 32: $4.7 Million; FS 111: $5.2 Million; FS 29: $4.6 Million
Completion Date
FS 110: 2006; FS 32: 2006; FS 111: 2007; FS 29: 2008