WBRC Architects are working to develop construction plans for the $13.5 million building and officials anticipate bidding in early 2020, reports Portland Press Herald.
The town council looked at more than 10 locations for the upcoming station, Councilor David Watson said. It also allows the fire department the ability to set the traffic lights up and down Pleasant Street, Councilor Jane Millett added. They also needed to factor in which areas would allow for the size of the fire trucks.
Brunswick town councilors approved $13.5 million in funding for a new station in April, rather than sending the question to voters for the June referendum.