Turner Construction has finished building a fire station and rescue center in Sterling, Va. under a project implemented in partnership with Nokes Partners and the Loudoun County.
The structure occupies a five-acre section of the Kincora development site and there are plans to add five apparatus bays for the fire station in the future, Turner said Tuesday.
Lemay Erickson Wilson Architects and Polleo Group helped Turner design the facility, which includes fitness and community rooms as well as operational and residential spaces.
Ken Jones, Turner’s Washington, D.C. area vice president and general manager, said the companies and county came together with the goal of reducing response times of first responders in the Ashburn community.
An objective of the public-private partnership was to help Loudoun County implement infrastructure projects that work to support the county’s economic and social development aims.