LEED Certified GOLD
A 14,000-square-foot, one-story masonry Fire Station, based on the prototype design. Lessons learned from previous engine company projects have been incorporated into the design. The project includes surface parking for 32 cars and it is situated on a 1.05 acre site.
The facility features oversized doors to accommodate today’s larger emergency vehicles, a circular driveway for safer and faster ingress and egress of the facility, a state-of-the-art emergency communication system, a state-of-the-art watch tower, firefighter and officer quarters, bathroom and locker-room facilities for men and women and a workout facility.
LEED Features: This facility will include a solar thermal domestic water heating system and will achieve LEED “Silver” Certification.
- Pay Application #1 (11/15/07)
- Pay Application #2 (1/15/08)
- Pay Application #3 (3/21/08)
- Pay Application #4 (5/6/08)
- Pay Application #5 (6/10/08)
- Pay Application #6 (7/17/08)
- Pay Application #7 (8/14/08)
- Pay Application #8 (9/9/08)
- Pay Application #10 (1/8/09)
- Pay Application #11
- Pay Application #12 (9/29/09)
- Pay Application #13 (2/25/10)
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