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Project Name: FCM: Fire and Rescue Station #26
Project Type: Fire and Rescue Station
Project Description: An approximately 18,000 sf facility that will include sleeping quarters, kitchen, dayroom, offices, training area, and apparatus bays.
Project Manager: David R. Scott     send an email
Alternate Manager: LouAnn D. Purkins     
Agency Name: Facilities Construction Mgt. QPR?: Yes
Magisterial District: Woodbridge
Original Budget: $720,000.00

Revised Budget:

$11,159,947.00
Original Start Date: 6/1/2009

Revised Start Date:

1/1/2014
Original End Date: 12/1/2010

Revised End Date:

9/15/2017
Last Updated On: 6/18/2018 Maps  Pictures  Documents


Funding Source    

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1. Funds are available through the fire levy to design the facility.

$720,000.00 $11,159,947.00 9/1/2011
       
Total Amount: $720,000.00 $11,159,947.00



Tasks/Milestones     Show GANTT Chart
Task/MileStone Start Date
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End Date
Original Revised
   
1. Design Phase 6/24/2014 8/21/2015    
2. Building Permit Phase 8/21/2015 12/3/2015    
3. Advertise and Award Phase 12/4/2015 3/17/2016    
4. Construction Phase 3/17/2016 3/30/2016 6/18/2017 9/14/2017    


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2. Schedule/Timing Issues     

 

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4. Impact on Other Projects     

 

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8/25/2107Careful coordination concerning the south site entrance along Davis Ford Road, along with other site structures has taken place with Development Services. This should allow for the Fire Station to be operational prior to the Central District Police Station site, being fully transitioned to the County. At present, the site is under the control of the General Contractor (GC).
7/1/2018Construction is complete. There is a budget surplus. This is estimated to be approx. $598,000. DFR has determined that this will be the source of funding for the additional $300,000.00 required for the completion of the Gainesville Station #4.