The Fire Crash Rescue Station was a Design-Build a 30,000 sf fire station. This $6.8 million dollar facility includes seven drive-thru bays for emergency vehicles, sleeping quarters for emergency personnel, dining facilities, exercise area, conference room and offices. Structure consisted of tilt-wall and insulated concrete wall panels. Project also included extensive site clearing, grubbing, de-mucking, water, storm water, and sanitary sewer systems including the installation of a new lift station.
-Dennis Newell, Resident Engineer U.S. Army Corps of Engineers