Fire Station 93 Design and Construct

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Fire Station 93 – Design & Construct 

The City identified the need for an additional fire station to serve the growing West Fayetteville area in the late 1990’s. Since then, the City has collected impact fees for this facility and secured a station site on Lester Road. In consideration of the anticipated growth in this area, fire department staff re-evaluated and identified an alternate site which will better accommodate the facility and provide improved coverage to the area. Upon completion, Station 93 will significantly improves response times to this area, bringing times well within established City performance goals of five minutes or less. This station will also add capacity to the City’s overall existing fire protection.

Approximately three (3) acres has been designated for the construction of a public safety facility on the west side of the City to provide service for existing and future service demands. This facility will be capable of housing resources for fire and rescue, emergency medical services, and law enforcement. (Property Acquisition – Property has been designated through annexation ordinance.)

Proposed Project Year: 2018

Location: TBA

Budgeted Funding & Resources:

Design – $207,200

I FF/CPF – $150,000

Proposed SPLOST – $57,200

Construction – $1,864,800

FF/CPF – $922,000

Proposed SPLOST – $942,800

Status: Signed Contract – Initial Design Services Started

Updated: 8/20/18