Construction of Fire Station 2 in Cleveland (OH) took a step forward Tuesday as City Council awarded a $5.138 million contract to LDF Construction of Conroe, reports bluebonnetnews.com.
The facility will be built on land donated to Cleveland by McKinley Development, developer of Grand Oaks Reserve, the report says. It will be located behind the Parkway convenience store. Funding comes via municipal bond money.
The station will be a two-story, three-bay structure with a brick veneer and board-and-batten siding, the report says. The entryway roof will have exposed timbers akin to the Cleveland Civic Center and Cleveland City Hall.
No timeline has been released.
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