Officials Announce Finish of Lancaster (PA) Fire Station Construction

Construction on Lancaster’s first new fire station in more than 45 years has been completed, reports Fox 43.

Crews at the roughly $6.5 million station are expected to run 4,000 calls for service each year. The station will house the City’s two specialized fire units – Engine Company 1 and Truck Company 2.

A key component in this station design is how it controls dangerous contaminants. The fire station, which is broken up into three zones to address the issue: the Hot Zone (dirty), that includes fire apparatus and equipment rooms, the Cold Zone (clean) that includes administrative and living spaces, and the Transition Zone between. 

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