Fire Station 32
Seattle's Fire Station 32 is one of 32 neighborhood fire stations being upgraded, renovated or replaced through the Fire Facilities and Emergency Response Levy, which was approved by Seattle voters in 2003. Located in the center of West Seattle, Fire Station 32 currently houses an engine company (E32), a ladder unit (L11), a medic unit (M32) and a reserve medic unit. The facility is about 40 years old and is ready for replacement. Its building systems are old, and the station offers inadequate space for modern apparatus and staffing levels. It is also out of regulatory compliance in many areas, and is structurally substandard for seismic survivability.
About the Project
Learn more about the project on the Fire Station 32 Fire Levy Program page.
Firms that are interested in this project are encouraged to attend pre-bid meetings for each bid package. For more information regarding upcoming pre-bid meetings, feel free to contact one of the following people:
- Rick Philipovich - Senior Project Manager, Rick.Philipovich@bnbuilders.com
- Mark Ronish - Project Manager, Mark.Ronish@bnbuilders.com
BN Builders is currently completing the Design Development budget and document reviews, with the first bid package documents available in the first quarter of 2015.
WMBE participation goals achieved to date are available here.
Potential Subcontracting Opportunities
An informational flier for anticipated bid packages is available here.
City of Seattle WMBE Outreach Contact Information
Miguel Beltran, City Contract Compliance Manager
M/M WMBE Outreach Contact Information
Tony Johnson, Johnson Construction & Consulting, WMBE Expert
Outreach Event Schedule
Feb. 3, 10, 24 and March 17
2601 Fourth Ave., Suite 350, Seattle, WA
Last Update: 2/11/15
Updates to this site will be completed on a monthly basis. Please continue to check back for the latest news and information on this project.