There are few things more satisfying than attending a ground breaking and knowing the project we have been working on is underway – well, other than seeing the project fully completed that is!
On Tuesday, The City of Bryan officially broke ground on their new Fire Station No. 2! The new 23,000 square foot station is anticipated to be completed in nine to twelve months. It will feature five bays, accommodations for fifteen firefighters, administration offices and meeting spaces, and a large training room that the community will be able to utilize for neighborhood associations.
“The character of the design will draw from the City of Bryan’s rich historic context and will rejuvenate the neighborhood surroundings,” said Associate Principal, Ray Holliday, AIA.
Ray Holliday, Jen Bettiol and Marcus Gibbon have been working directly with the City and the Fire Department to come up with a design that would meet the needs of City’s vast growth.
“The station is not only going to meet the needs of today, but for years to come. This building will have room to grow as the city continues to grow and as the Bryan Fire Department continues to grow,” said Bryan Fire Chief, Randy McGregor.
We can’t wait for the ribbon cutting!