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Project Name: FCM: Nokesville Fire & Rescue Station Reconstruction
Project Type: New Construction
Project Description: The Nokesville Fire & Rescue Station was built in 1967 and is located at 12826 Marsteller Drive in Nokesville. This project will replace the current station as recommended in the 2010 Fire and Rescue Facilities Assessment. The new station will be constructed at the same location as the current station. The new station will be approximately 21,000 square feet with expanded office space, sleeping quarters and more suitable apparatus areas.
Project Manager: John W. Mitchell     send an email
Alternate Manager: LouAnn D. Purkins     
Agency Name: Public Works Facilities Construction Management QPR?: Yes
Magisterial District: Brentsville
Original Budget: $9,523,000.00

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Original Start Date: 1/10/2014

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Original End Date: 12/31/2017

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Last Updated On: 10/3/2016 Maps  Pictures  Documents

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1. Fire Levy and Proffers

$9,523,000.00 --- 5/21/2014
Total Amount: $9,523,000.00 $9,523,000.00

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9/28/2016The A/E contract is in the process of being modified to include the costs of plan revisions,reducing the overall building size to 18,000 square feet so that it meets the F&R Design Standards. The cost also includes updating the documents to align with the current Va. Uniform Statewide Building Code and the International Building code.. Additionally, the modification will include the cost to increase the size of the class room for use as a community room. This will include support space for the community room such as public restrooms, storage for tables and chairs and a small catering kitchen. The cost of this modification, when added to approved prior modifications, will exceed 25% of the A/E's original contract and needs to be approved by the BOCS.

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