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Category: Fire Stations 54 & 55

Fire Station 54 Complete

Construction of Fire Stations 54 is complete! Earlier this month, the Fire Department occupied the newly renovated Fire Station 54, located on 46 Castro Ave.  After various unforeseen delays, the contractor completed the project.  On January 3, 2024, the crews moved into the upgraded facility and resumed operations in the Canal neighborhood immediately. The two-story … Continued

Pt San Pedro Road Lane Reopening

Contact: Faby Guillen – Senior Project Manager The Department of Public Works team has completed the last phase of the Fire Station 55 Renovation Project.      The Fire Station 55 Renovation project, located at 955 Point San Pedro Road, broke ground in 2022.  The site housed a temporary fire station building while construction was underway.  … Continued

Fire Station 55 – Construction update

Contact: Faby Guillen – Senior Project Manager Site work is complete at Fire Station 55! Michael Paul Company has completed the parking lot work at Fire Station 55. The contractor regraded, repaved, and restriped the eight-space parking lot, which includes one accessible stall. Other upgrades include new curb and gutter throughout, exterior lighting, and a … Continued

Fire Station 55 – Construction update

Fire Station 55 is going through an exciting new phase of construction! Michael Paul Company is “breaking ground” (literally) at Fire Station 55 in preparation for the new hardscape. Plans for this hardscape include new parking lot, light poles, and refreshing the asphalt that carpets the drive‐in entrance of the fire station grounds. We look … Continued

Fire Station 54 and 55 Construction update

Contact:              A. Fabiola Guillen, Sr. Project Manager – Public Works The new Fire Station 55 building, in the Peacock Gap neighborhood, has been completed.  Firefighters moved into their new station in late March. With no use for the temporary modular building and the temporary apparatus bay, the structures were dismantled and removed from the … Continued

Fire Station 55 – Temporary buildings leaving home

Contact:           A. Fabiola Guillen, Sr. Project Manager – Public Works The new Fire Station 55 building in the Peacock Gap neighborhood has been completed.  Firefighters moved into their new station in late March 2023. With no use for the temporary modular building and the temporary apparatus bay, the structures were dismantled and removed from … Continued

Fire Station 54 and 55 Construction update

Contact:         A. Fabiola Guillen, Sr. Project Manager – Public Works Fire Station 54, on Castro Avenue in the Canal Neighborhood, is almost complete.  The two-story building has received all new interior finishes, stainless steel countertops, kitchen cabinets, and flooring.  This station also has an elevator that is awaiting State inspection to finalize the building … Continued

Fire Stations #54 and #55 construction update

Fire Station 54 construction continues to move forward hitting important milestones like the completion of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire sprinkler piping installation. The permanent wood stairs have been installed and the contractor is starting to install drywall in multiple areas of the building. Outside, the raised steel platform is ready to receive the emergency … Continued

Fire Stations 54 and 55 construction update – 9/5/2022

Contact:                 Mia Huebner, Fire station Team –Public Works Construction is well underway at the two fire stations. Fire Station 54 is blossoming and taking shape! The elevator tower now has roofing and the fireman’s living quarters are framed out. Wall and roof panels are up, and windows are installed. Electrical and plumbing rough-in is showing … Continued

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