04/06/15 120 W, 1 I - + 6 - 4 Renovations Underway at Fuquay-Varina Fire Station 2

Lee Wilson snapped this shot yesterday of renovations underway at Fuquay-Varina Fire Station 2. Located at 5617 Hilltop Road, the station was built in 1990. It serves the north end of town, and the Furina rural fire district. Calvin Davenport Inc. was awarded the construction contract in the fall, for the amount of $871,734. The 6,000 square-foot facility will be renovated, with 2,000 square-feet of living space added along with an additional apparatus bay. The project is funded through a cost share agreement between the town and Wake County EMS. The expansion is needed to accommodate increased service demand. Source: "Focus on Fuquay-Varina," October 2014. Readers, what FVFD and Wake EMS units are stationed there?

Lee Wilson photo

Normally FV Engine 2 and Tanker 2 along with EMS 14. Tanker 2 has been relocated to station 1 due to the impending demolition of existing interior bay walls. Have heard the possibility of rescue 3 relocating in the future as well as a peak load EMS unit (I guess that’s what they are calling them). I
ttaylor - 04/06/15 - 23:07

FVFD engine 2 tanker 3 EMS 14
Weaver - 04/06/15 - 23:31

EMS 14, Tanker 2, Engine 2, possibly Fuquay Rescue 3 to be reassigned Rescue 2 in the future
And in the 5 year plan to have a quint at Station 2 due to increased demand and size of structures
In the district.
FV - 04/07/15 - 02:07

Where did tanker 3 come from? Tanker 3 is at station 3 and yes Rescue 3 will be relocated to station 2 and become Rescue 2 in the near future.
Brandon - 04/07/15 - 15:33

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