21 May 2014
The development of the 10,764 sq. ft fire station on Kent Street in York is now complete. The 37-week construction programme came to an end early this year and the York Fire Station team has moved into their new home.
The new fire station comprises three vehicle bays and further facilities including ample office space and a training tower in the rear yard. The station, which replaces the existing station at Clifford Street, has been designed to provide a more modern working environment and meet the needs of the modern Fire Service.
Neil Murray, Project Manager at Caddick Construction, commented: “It’s been a pleasure to work on the new fire station in the heart of York; it’s a pillar of the community and is focal part within the city centre. The Caddick Construction team has worked tirelessly to ensure the project was delivered on time and all the hard work has paid off.”
Simon Garnett-Spence, Head of Technical Services at North Yorkshire Fire Service, said “The Service is very pleased with the new fire station; Caddick Construction and the other members of the technical team worked very closely with our staff to achieve the best results and we feel that this new facility will provide much enhanced facilities for our staff and in turn will serve the communities of York very well.”
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