North Chelmsford Fire Station taking shape – Lowell Sun ✔️ Get It Fixed Today

 North Chelmsford Fire Station taking shape – Lowell Sun ✔️ Get It Fixed Today

The North Fire Station project is taking shape as it nears the final months of construction. The temporary fire station is operating out the public works yard on Richardson Road until completion in October.

CHELMSFORD — The North Fire Station project is taking shape as it nears the final months of construction. The temporary fire station is operating out the public works yard on Richardson Road until completion in October.

Beneath the concrete and granite rubble, contractors found a Pepsi-Cola bottle dating back to the 1950s, the same age as the building, which was constructed in 1956 when Fire Chief Allan Kidder received approval from the Board of Selectmen to build a new fire station.

Pepsi-Cola can found in the construction site from the 50s.

The project to update the station came to life at the end of 2019. So far, the apparatus room has been preserved and renovated while the connecting front office was torn down and a new two-story building will take its place.

The ceiling has been opened up to add support beams, the communal bedroom was removed — while a support beam is being installed to allow the additional apparatus and garage doors to be installed.

The two-story modular structure on a slab will be 2,100 square feet per floor with no basement. The station will be protected by a sprinkler system and include six individual bunk rooms along with the ability to accommodate solar panels. There will be a gear storage area with a separate ventilation system, locker…

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