113 Tewning Rd.
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Hours of Operation
7:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Fire Station 1 - James City - Bruton Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad
March 31, 2014
Scope of Work
The James City - Bruton Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad in Toano was originally built on the former Toano High School site. The existing fire station will be replaced with a new 21,791-square foot station consisting of five, pull-through, double loaded apparatus bays for emergency vehicles, an adjacent tower for training and hose drying, a large training room and an adjacent commercial kitchen to serve the public during community meetings . Site improvements include an emergency vehicle return drive aisle, relocated fueling station, relocated metal storage building, additional parking and an improved on-site storm-water management system. In addition, training elements will be built-in throughout the facility to provide on-site training opportunities,minimizing the need for costly off-site training. New administrative offices will be included for the volunteer firefighters, career firefighters and rescue squad. The bunk space will accommodate up to 20 individuals on a typical night. Upon completion of the new facility, the existing station will be demolished. This project is intended to be designed and constructed for LEED Silver certification.
Architectural Design - Underway - 95 percent progress
Civil Engineering Design - Underway - 98 percent progress
Commissioning Agent - Ongoing
Bidding Phase - Spring 2014
Budget $6.3M Approved
Guernsey-Tingle/SCN Architects - $439,700.000
Contract amount and percent completed: $242,462.10 – 55.1 percent
AES Consulting Engineers - $96,462.00
Contract amount and percent completed: - $75,786.30 – 78.6 percent
Additional Services - $28,970.50
Crawford Parcel - $390,000
Additional Services - $1,519.00
- Existing building evaluation completed, design teams selected
- Crawford Property land acquisition completed
- Planning Commission recommendation and BOS SUP and rezoning approval on October 8, 2013 for the former Crawford Parcel and the JCSA Well Facility
- Pre-qualification process of Contractors completed
- Complete Construction Documents and Bidding Documents
- Incorporate value engineering measures as applicable
- Achieve site plan approval and code compliance acceptance to issue a Building Permit once a Contractor has been selected and contract award approved.