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Meridian Construction & Development Completes City of Kennewick Fire Station



The City of Kennewick's newest fire station and the first built in the city in over 20 years, located on the corner of Kellogg Street and 10th Avenue, is now available to serve the city's residents.

Construction of the one-story facility started last October. The 12,550-square-foot building provides citizens of Kennewick better response times to fires and medical emergencies. The new station cost $3.2 million to build, not including land. The facility was constructed with materials requiring minimal maintenance, and its landscaping includes native vegetation and rock to reduce water consumption. It has living quarters for six staff and space to house up to four fire and emergency medical service units. Meridian Construction & Development of Spokane was the general contractor for the project. David Robison of Strategic Construction Management in Pasco acted as the owner's representative. Brian Harris, Principal Architect with TCA Architecture Planning of Seattle, designed the new station along with Jason Warner, Project Manager.

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