Bloomington Fire Station No. 4 moves forward

Progress on Bloomington Fire Station No. 4 continues to move along. CNH has designed a two story station totaling nearly 26,000 sf. Currently, fire station no. 4 is 4,500 sf. The design includes three apparatus bays, office spaces, training room and elements, dorm space, and a fitness center. The entire station design takes into consideration the wellbeing of firefighters and their physical and mental health.

Construction is scheduled to begin in Spring 2022, starting with the demolition of the current station. The City of Bloomington is establishing temporary facilities for operations to continue in the vicinity of the new Fire Station No. 4, which should be completed by Spring 2023.

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