West Bloomfield Township’s Fire Station No. 3 has been completely reconstructed following the demolition of the original building that was 65 years old, reports C&G Newspapers.
The last time the station had undergone major renovations was in 1974. It then closed for demolition at the start of 2018, and work began building a replacement.
The completed station opened in late October with the overall cost of the project totaling $5.5 million — a price tag that includes the purchase of an adjacent home, the design phase, the construction and furnishing of the facilities, and the construction manager fees.