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CJW Architecture designs new Menlo Park firehouse

[run image of Almanac cover of Jan. 21, 2015, issue.

CJW Architecture of Portola Valley designed the planned new fire station on Oak Grove Avenue at Hoover Street in downtown Menlo Park for the Menlo Park Fire Protection District.

Carter J. Warr is the principal architect and Bill Gutgsell, the senior associate architect.

The firm also created the renderings of the fire station that appeared on the cover and Page 23 of the Jan. 21 Almanac.

The fire district encompasses Menlo Park, Atherton, East Palo Alto and nearby unincorporated areas.

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CJW Architecture designs new Menlo Park firehouse

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[run image of Almanac cover of Jan. 21, 2015, issue.

CJW Architecture of Portola Valley designed the planned new fire station on Oak Grove Avenue at Hoover Street in downtown Menlo Park for the Menlo Park Fire Protection District.

Carter J. Warr is the principal architect and Bill Gutgsell, the senior associate architect.

The firm also created the renderings of the fire station that appeared on the cover and Page 23 of the Jan. 21 Almanac.

The fire district encompasses Menlo Park, Atherton, East Palo Alto and nearby unincorporated areas.

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