Greenville (NC) Begins Construction on New $7.4 Million Fire Station

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Construction of a new $7.4 million seventh fire station for Greenville, NC, started today (Oct. 19) with a groundbreaking ceremony, according to a report published by WNCT.

According to the television station, the new Fire/Rescue Station 7 will help the city provide shorter response times to a growing area of the community. It will be one-story consisting of 13,383 square feet with three drive-through lanes in the apparatus bay, seven private bedrooms and a clean design to keep potential contaminants out of living spaces.

The station is expected to be completed in the next 18 to 24 months, according to the station.

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