The Bothell City Council moved one step closer to construction for replacing two fire stations, reports Bothell-Kenmore Reporter.
In Phase 1A — which begins this month and lasts through April 2020 — 30 percent of the station design and 90 percent of the temporary facility design is set for completion. Phase 1B, which will last from May-August 2020, sees the development of the entire project’s guaranteed maximum price. By the end of the phase, design should be 60 percent done. For the final part, Phase 2, design, construction and closeout will all be finalized over about two and a half years. Phase 2 begins in September 2020 and concludes in January 2023, though it was noted that at the meeting that the last phase could potentially end early.