A rendering of fire station 22 replacement

Safety

Fire Station 22 Replacement

Updating City Facilities

We are replacing the fire station on Durant Road. This station houses our hazard material unit and provides services to residents in north Raleigh. 

A temporary station is at the City Water Treatment Plant on Falls of Neuse Road. 

There is a sidewalk closure right in front of the property on Durant Road. More details below. 

Project Details

 
Type:
City Properties and Facilities
Budget:
$9 million
Project Lead:
Construction Management
Contractors:
Davis Kane Architects (Design); Monteith Construction (Construction)

Contact

 

Alexander Shapiro
Project Manager
919-996-5589

 

Lead Department:
Engineering Services
Participating Department:
Fire

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Programmed

This phase is complete. 

Phase Contacts

 

Danny Bowden, PE, MPA
Project Manager
919-996-5583

Stephanie Seeber, PA, AIA
Project Manager
919-996-5579

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Planning

This phase is complete. 

Phase Contacts

 

Danny Bowden, PE, MPA
Project Manager
919-996-5583

Stephanie Seeber, PA, AIA
Project Manager
919-996-5579

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Design

This phase is complete. 

Phase Contacts

 

Alexander Shapiro
Project Manager
919-996-5589

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Construction

Construction is about 40 percent complete. The contractor completed some roof work, sewer and water services, generator work, and installed metal stairs. 

Now, they are working on the walls, brick masonry, and the roof system until November. 

Sidewalk Closure

We closed the sidewalk right in front of the construction site in February 2021. The sidewalk will be closed until construction is complete.

Phase Contacts

 

Alexander Shapiro
Project Manager
919-996-5589

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Complete

Phase details coming soon. 

Phase Contacts

 

Alexander Shapiro
Project Manager
919-996-5589

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Concrete exterior of the new Fire Station 22 while under construction.

The concrete frame for the new fire station 22 building that's under construction.

Exterior of Fire Station 22 early in the construction phase. 

Schedule

Date Activity
Fall 2018 Project design began
Summer/Fall 2020 Building permit approval; Pre-qualification process for sub-contractors
Fall 2020 Project design complete; CMAR bid process complete
Winter 2021 Project construction begins
Spring 2022 Project construction complete

Background

This fire station was originally built as a two-company station for an engine and aerial apparatus. We will be replacing the station at the same time that the North Carolina Department of Transportation's (NCDOT) project to separate an intersection of the railroad in this area.

What is a CMAR?

CMARs coordinate with the general contractor and the design team for a project. Working together early in the process reduces risk with constructing a final design. The CMAR for this project will help carryout design and construction specifications in a timely and cost-effective manner to streamline the construction phase.