Williamsburg (VA) City Council Approves Fire Station Construction

The Williamsburg City Council unanimously voted to demolish and rebuild a 31,000-square-foot station, reports WAVY.com.

The city will enter a contract with a construction company for a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) of $13.6 million. The funds were solicited through the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act.

Demolition is scheduled to begin in early 2022 ahead of the new station opening in late spring 2023.

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