This project will construct a new 18,000 square foot Fire and Rescue facility on 14.36 acres to replace the existing Lucketts Volunteer Fire and Rescue Station.
The station will consist of four pull through apparatus bays, seven 2 person bunk rooms, a training room, restrooms, showers, kitchen and dining areas, supply storage, a gear and hose drying area, fitness room, offices and a repair shop.
The facility is designed to achieve LEED Gold designation.
Funding for land acquisition for the fire station replacement was provided in FY 2013 in the Land Acquisition Fund.
The project is estimated for completion in the winter of 2021.
Current Status: October 2020
Construction activity is underway and includes the installation of hardie-board siding, masonry exterior finishes, curb and gutter, exterior grading, electrical and plumbing rough-ins, setting of mechanical equipment, and installation of ductwork and drywall.
Construction continues with the project tracking for substantial completion by the end of 2020.
Providing there are no construction delays, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue estimates the station will be operational during the first quarter of 2021.
All facility structural and roofing work is complete.
Crews are continuing site work and have begun installing interior mechanical, electrical and plumbing.
Work to install architectural finishes will begin this month and will be ongoing until the end of the project.