Design Work to Replace Friendswood (TX) Fire Station

The city of Friendswood is awaiting a final cost estimate for a new fire station while half the design work is completed

The city of Friendswood is awaiting a final cost estimate for a new fire station while half the design work is completed, reports the Houston Chronicle.

The $5 million project for the fire station will include a new training facility and will be funded through a $9.1 million proposition.

The fire chief said a new fire station and training facility would better protect against potential storm damage and would boost the department’s training capabilities.

The fire station was rehabilitated in 2004 when it sustained storm damage.

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