Cherryhill Township VFC (PA) Plans Fire Station

Courtesy of Fire Department Facebook

Cherryhill Township Volunteer Fire Company plans to begin construction on a fire station in next spring or summer, reports The Indiana Gazette.

An existing metal building that once was a greenhouse will be demolished to make space for the fire station.

The Cherryhill Township VFC posted to Facebook, “The building insulated shell will be built by Morton Builders and all areas outside that scope will be subbed out by sealed bid and our reason for interest in local companies that perform work in the following trades as we have a need to seek bids for the following: Site Work, Concrete, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Interior Build Out, Garage Doors and Attic Insulation.We welcome your bid(s) on one or multiple areas. We are excited of the potential to work with you on this project. Cherryhill Township Fire Company will be managing the sub work through a Clerk of the Works/Project Manager to manage the project. This is a non prevailing wage project. Below is a link to the various specifications, drawings and other information relevant for those wishing to submit a bid for our consideration.…/EpyAleM…

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