In the last several weeks, crews completed the installation of metal stud framing on the third floor and have begun installing the roof and exterior finishes, such as brick and siding, for the new Sterling Park Safety Center in Sterling, Va. Preparation for pouring concrete slab for the apparatus bay is also underway. When completed, the Sterling Volunteer Fire and Rescue Companies will use the new 22,000 square foot facility to provide services for the Sterling community.
For the next several weeks, crews will continue roof and exterior finish installation, pour the concrete slab for the apparatus bay, and continue ongoing work to rough-in utilities. Construction is estimated to be complete in fall 2022, weather permitting.
The new Loudoun County Fire and Rescue facility will replace the current 8,772-square-foot building on this site dating from 1970 and provide more storage and parking. The one-acre property will also expand by a third of an acre. Features of the facility will include a reception area, meeting and training rooms, bunk rooms, a kitchen, an exercise room, offices, apparatus bays, and storage space for equipment and gear.
For more information about the Sterling Park Safety Center project, including construction photos, visit the project page.