FIRE STATION FEASIBILITY STUDY

CITY OF RAYMOND

RAYMOND, WASHINGTON

Harbor Architects LLC was hired by the City of Raymond for a feasibility study pertaining to the existing Fire, EMS, and Police Stations.  The feasibility study included the following elements:

 

  • Kickoff meeting with stakeholder task force.  Develop project goals.

  • Tour Fire, EMS and Police existing facilities.  Obtain numbers & dimensions of equipment.

  • Confirm that a joint facility is preferable over stand-alone departments.

  • Confirm that new construction is more cost effective than upgrading the existing building(s).

  • Produce architectural program of desired spaces for all building users.  Establish size and items to accommodate in each space.

  • Produce conceptual, scaled plan to establish facility footprint and address various access points.

  • Compare presently owned site by City to other potential sites.

  • Produce cost opinion and budget development for new facility.  Compare budgets for other sites.

  • Document potential funding sources and their specific eligibility requirements.

  • Identify subsequent tasks and proposed schedule, working toward “shovel ready” status.

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