Last week, the Town of Burlington’s officials and members from their design team gathered together to break ground where Burlington’s new Station 2 will be built. The new station will be approximately 15,800 square-feet with an estimated construction cost of $6.7-million. Castagna Construction was selected for construction and should take approximately 14-months to complete.
This station is located in an increasingly busy section of Burlington, which has experienced a significant growth in commercial property. The current station was too small to accommodate expanded crew needs and could not support and expansion. The new station will have three bays and be built on the old station's existing site.
This is an exciting time for the town as this new station has been in the works for the past 2-years. “It is a longtime coming and it’s great to be able to move forward with this project,” said Michael Runyan, Selectman and Burlington firefighter.
Context Architecture is very excited to be working with the Town of Burlington and is looking forward to the finished project.