Gwinnett County (GA) Moves Forward with Plans for Fire Station 13 in Suwanee

The new station will be approximately 11,000 square feet in size and house a minimum of five firefighters and paramedics every day.

According to a report from Gwinnett Daily Post, Gwinnett County, Georgia, officials are continuing with plans to construct a new Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services (GCFES) Fire Station 13 facility in Suwanee, adjacent to the existing Suwanee library branch, located on Main Street off Suwanee Dam Road.

Gwinnett County Support Services Director Angelia Parham said the exterior of the new station will be similar to Fire Station 15, which was built a few years ago across from Georgia Gwinnett College on Collins Hill Road. It will also be larger than the previous Fire Station 13 building, which has since been converted to become StillFire Brewing. The station will also have three drive-thru bays for fire vehicles.

The new station will be approximately 11,000 square feet in size and house a minimum of five firefighters and paramedics every day as well as one engine and an ambulance. It will also feature a gear and equipment room, an industrial grade kitchen, an administrative office area, and individual bunkroom cubicles that have separate locker and shower areas for male and female GCFES employees.

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