City officials celebrated the groundbreaking for a new fire station, reports Cleveland Jewish News.
The chief’s office contains not one but three desks as well as one bed. A former dorm room has been converted into a kitchen, which firefighters outfitted with cabinetry.
The new two-story station of 12,800 square feet is expected to be completed in May 2020 at a cost of $4,413,976. To stay within the budget, the city is using a construction manager at risk contracting model, which puts the construction manager at risk financially.