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Plymouth Fire Stations #2 and #3 break ground

On June 9, the City of Plymouth and Plymouth Fire Department held a groundbreaking ceremony for Fire Stations #2 and #3. CNH Project Architects and Principals Brooke Jacobson and Quinn Hutson, along with Senior Associate and Interior Designer Ashley Klis were on site to participate in the celebration.

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Prototype design at Metro Self Storage in Coon Rapids

CNH Architects designed a 129,000 sf self-storage facility for Metro Self Storage in Coon Rapids. It’s the first of Metro’s storage facilities to be built with CNH’s innovative design. This prototype design features the use of precast concrete panels and metal bar joists for the structure and envelope of the building. They are 903 storage

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CNH Principals interviewed on Midwest Arch + Design Podcast

CNH Architects Principals Quinn Hutson and Brooke Jacobson were recently interviewed by Jordan Powers on Midwest Arch + Design Podcast. Quinn and Brooke discussed the history of CNH as well as the many differences between commercial and residential architecture. They also touched on many other topics including what it’s like to be a female leader

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Burnsville Fire Station No. 1: Coming Soon

CNH’s largest fire station to date, the City of Burnsville’s Fire Station No. 1 is home to a crew of all full-time firefighters and more than 44,000 SF with 10 apparatus bays. Firefighter safety was one of nine top priorities for the station. Multiple contamination zones and a designated de-contamination area will allow firefighters to keep contaminated equipment and clothing in the apparatus bay until decontaminated. Another priority in the design was firefighter mental health. A warning system that slowly ramps up with alert tones and lighting while only alerting responding staff ensures firefighters are not awoken in an abrupt manner. The station includes areas for relaxation with different lighting to promote natural sleep rhythms, as well as a yoga studio and meditation garden. Extensive firefighter training features including Firefighter 1 and advanced training elements are another highlight of the station.