Griffin Structures served as program and construction managers for the Tustin Fire Station No. 37 project. The station replaced the previous, aging Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) Station No. 37 and was relocated for improved service coverage. The 10,000 square foot facility includes a three-engine, double-deep apparatus bay, a diesel station, and a backup emergency generator able to power the station for three days. The new requirements and modern design upgrades meet the latest OCFA and City of Tustin standards. The station is located on a 1.3-acre site in the Tustin Legacy District and will serve the growing area. Sustainable features include ceiling solar tubes to let in natural light. Almost a quarter of the exterior site is covered with a bioswale, which uses plants and soil to filter storm water before it reaches the ocean. The $6 million station is LEED® certified and was delivered on-time and on-budget.