Lucketts Fire & Rescue Station Replacement

Project Overview

  • 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.

Construction Progress Photos