Fire Station 14 Replacement
- City Facility - Fire
- $9.5 million
- Construction Management (Lead)
- City of Raleigh Fire Department
- Stewart Cooper Newell Architects
- Pro Construction
Posted Monday, Nov. 4
Construction for this project is underway. The contractor:
- Put in sediment and erosion control measures to help prevent debris from washing to nearby streams;
- Installed stormwater devices for the site;
- Completed the retaining and exterior walls; and,
- Finished roof framing.
Now, crews are working on plumbing, electrical, window framing, and exterior and concrete work.
Due to unexpected delays, the new building will be finished in summer 2020 (rather than early 2020).
Questions? Contact Alexander Shapiro at 919-996-5589.
The purpose of this project is to replace Fire Station 14, which is currently located at 4220 Lake Boone Trail, with a new fire station designed to meet the needs of the station's growing service area. The new fire station will be located at 3510 Harden Road.
The facility will be approximately 18,100 square feet with three equipment bays, including one bay for a ladder truck, a second bay for an engine truck, and a third bay for two chief vehicles or future equipment needs.
|Summer 2016||Project design began|
|Fall 2017||Project design complete|
|Summer 2018||Project construction begins|
|Summer 2020||Project construction complete|
The current Fire Station 14, which is located at 4220 Lake Boone Trail, opened in 1973. The new facility will allow for an improved level of service to the Meredith Woods community and the western boarders of Raleigh.