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Maricopa Fire Administration Building Reaches Completion

Project Completion

Willmeng recently reached completion on the Maricopa Fire-Medical Administration Building. The completion of this project is a momentous achievement for the City of Maricopa, as it is the first-ever fire administration building to be constructed in Maricopa.

The 16,000 SF City of Maricopa Fire-Medical Administration Building is adjacent to a public works fleet facility and storage yard. Sitting on approximately 6.3 acres, the admin portion of the site is around 12K SF with a 4K SF addition to the existing vehicle maintenance facility. The expansion included specific equipment to support fire truck maintenance. Site expansion allowed for access to adjacent city sites, including Fire Station No. 575.

The project is replete with the infrastructure, floor space, storage, technology, and environmental features to provide a reliable, efficient, safe, and secure facility that meets the current and future demands of the City. The utility infrastructure improvements include water, sewer, power, and communications. The site plan for the $5.3M Fire-Medical Administration Building is extremely compact to allow for expansion and other possible uses in the future.

Scroll down to see the groundbreaking recap from July of 2019.

July Groundbreaking

Last Thursday, July 25th, Willmeng broke ground on a new Admin building for the City of Maricopa Fire Department. On the Northwest corner of Garvey and Estrella, Willmeng will construct from the ground up a new Fire-Medical Administration Facility, complete with required infrastructure, floor space, storage, technology, and environmental features to provide a reliable, efficient, safe and secure facility to meet the demands of the city.

Speakers at the groundbreaking ceremony included Chief Deputy, Brad Pitassi; Vice Mayor, Henry Wade; City Councilmembers, Marvin Brown and Julia Gusse; City Manager, Rick Horst; Willmeng CEO, James Murphy; Perlman Representative, Gerrald Adams and Fire Chief, Brady Leffler.

Fire department employees, police offices, city council people, friends and family showed their support at the event. Willmeng team members in attendance were Keith Sabia, Eli Newton, Jason Alvarado, Mladen Zec, Isam Ghandour, and Kishan Vekaria.

The building will be completed in April 2020. See our other groundbreaking events and fire industry projects.

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