Fire Station 1

Milestone timeline:

2019
Space Needs Study and Building Assessment Conducted
Completed: Dec 5, 2019
Winter 2020
Study and Options for Fire Station 1 and 3 Presented to Council
Completed: Jan 9, 2020
January 2021
Bidding
Completed: Jan 29, 2021
Spring 2021
Architect Selected
Completed: Apr 1, 2021
Summer 2021
Construction Manager Selected
Completed: Jun 3, 2021
Summer 2021
Update to Council
Completed: Aug 25, 2021
February 2022
Estimated Design Completion
March 2022
Estimated Construction Start
May 2023
Estimated Completion

Following a space study and building assessment, it was determined Fire Station 1 was no longer adequate for the growing Hendersonville Fire Department. The findings were presented to City Council in early 2020 that found numerous space and safety concerns. Following demolition of the existing 9,854 square-foot building constructed in 2000, a new, 18,854 square-foot station will be constructed. The station will include a one-story portion to house three companies and their Battalion Chiefs and corresponding living quarters, kitchen, restroom and shower facilities. Apparatus bays with attached turnout gear storage and decon areas will allow access to both Main Street and Church Street. A two-story portion of the building will house the administrative offices, life safety division, and  training room for the Fire Department.

Architect

ADW Architects

Construction Manager At Risk

Edifice General Contractors

plan for station 1
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