The historic city of Green, Ohio was looking for a partner in planning and designing a third fire station to better serve its close-knit community. As the selected partner, PRIME AE worked with the city in two phases to establish a project budget and determine the most logical construction delivery method. Throughout, careful management of the intended scope of work and its associated budget was monitored by all associated professionals involved.
The planned site sat at the northeast corner of Mayfair Road and Raber Road, and included residential structures across two parcels that dated back to the 1940s. Because of the age of the former residences, demolition needed to address removal of the utility connections servicing the old homes as well as abandonment of on-site wells and septic systems. Once these considerations were accounted for, the structures were safely and effectively demolished to make way for the new fire station.
Green City Fire Station No. 3 contains three bays for emergency fire and rescue equipment, a tornado shelter, associated offices, a meeting room, dining room, dormitory, locker/toilet facilities, and other related functions. The city of Green has continued to grow and thrive since its beginnings as an agricultural township in 1809. With PRIME AE’s planning and design partnership for the additional fire station, the city can keep its citizens safe as it continues to flourish.