Mountain View Fire Rescue Maintenance Facility

Erie, CO


Erie, CO

Project Size

23,100 SQ. FT.

Project Timeline

11 Months (Design & Construction)

Year Completed


Elder Construction is honored to be the Design-Assist prime contractor for the Mountain View Fire Rescue Maintenance Facility with an approximate estimated value of $4.8 million. As Erie and the neighboring communities grow, Mountain View Fire Rescue experienced increased demand on their team to keep these communities safe. With land donated by Anadarko, they seized the opportunity to provide a new 23,100 square foot facility in which to maintain their equipment, house staff, and increase their storage. It was also important to Mountain View Fire to utilize cost-effective strategies of tax dollars for this building which includes:US Green Building Council Silver Badge

  • 2,400 square feet of office space on the 2nd floor mezzanine.
  • 20,700 square feet of space dedicated to five clear-story pull-through bays and ample room for storage.

We were able to complete the new facility and turn it over to MVFR ahead of schedule and under budget. During the construction process it became evident that MVFR stands behind similar principles as we do, including Community Support and Servant Leadership. With this in mind, we were honored to donate part of our early completion bonus to them to purchase additional PPE for the firefighters and first-responders. Justin Robinson, Project Manager at Elder, stated “We wanted to celebrate Mountain View Fire, and the great group of people and firefighters within the District, who serve the surrounding communities every day. As well, it is our way of giving back, and to say thank you for everything you guys do.”

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“I would like to heartily recommend Elder Construction. Our construction team was professional, detail oriented, and displayed a depth of knowledge and experience. Elder’s team worked with our architecture and engineering team to develop a construction plan that reduced risk to the building and the budget.” -Jeffrey Webb, Assistant Chief, Mountain View Fire Rescue