Marco Island (FL) Officials Move Forward with Fire Station Construction

The city of Marco Island plans to replace Fire Station 50 on the City Hall campus with a new fire station and emergency center, reports marco eagle.

City officials approved a permit for the proposed building to exceed the city’s 35-foot height limit by 3.5 feet. The new station will be approximately 22,366 square feet with administrative offices, meeting rooms, sleeping quarters and bays for the equipment, according to a city staff report. It is estimated to cost more than $10.4 million and as much as $11.7 million, according to a cost opinion made by BSSW Architects.

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