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Fire Station 22 Replacement

Last updated Nov. 09, 2018 - 11:55 am
  • Planning
  • Design
  • Construction
  • Completed
  • City Facility - Fire
  • $9 million
  • North
  • Construction Management (Lead)
  • City of Raleigh Fire Department
  • Davis Kane Architects

Current Activity

Posted Friday, Nov. 9

The temporary fire house that will be used while the new station is being built is finished. Raleigh Fire Department will begin using the temporary station at City Water Treatment Plant on Falls of Neuse Road in December. 

The design for the new station (10050 Durant Road) is underway and on schedule. The City also is negoitating a CMAR contract. 

Summary

The existing Fire Station 22 will be replaced to coincide with the North Carolina Department of Transportation's (NCDOT) upcoming grade separation projects. A road or railroad bridge will be used to separate an existing at-grade intersection along NCDOT's S-Line railroad. Aligning this area of the railroad impacts several roadways, including where Fire Station 22 is located on Durant Road.

Schedule

Project schedule with dates and descriptions
DateDescription
Fall 2018Project design begins
Fall 2019Project design complete
Late Fall 2019Project construction begins
Late Fall 2020Project construction complete

History

Fire Station 22 was dedicated in 1988 and was originally built as a two-company station for an engine and aerial apparatus. This fire station also houses the City's hazard material unit and provides services to residents along the northern border of Raleigh.

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