Longview (WA) Fire Department’s 38th Avenue Station to Get Remodeling

Plans have been set to remodel the Longview (WA) Fire Department’s 38th Avenue station, reports tdn.com.

The remodel, expected to cost nearly $550,000 and last about six months, will see the station add 730 square feet to its northwest section. The buildout will expand the 830-square-foot restroom, dormitory, kitchen, and training area, as well as add a new sprinkler system, HVAC, and radio equipment.

The work will be done by EvoDesign Enterprises of Vancouver, and the money is allocated from the city’s building replacement fund, which is part of the general fund, an official says.

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