The New Public Safety Building construction consisted of site clearing and preparation for a one-story 12,000 square foot Fire Station/Public Safety Building. Site improvements consisted of cut/fill, grading, storm water basin and drainage infrastructure, concrete curb, sidewalk, apron and driveways, asphalt parking lots, striping, signage and site lighting. Building improvements included construction of a new CMU and wood framed public safety building with a slab-on-grade and wood truss roof. The new building included a cmu-wall engine bay with 6 overhead doors/parking bays on a reinforced concrete slab. Office and staff areas included kitchen/day room, crew quarters, bathrooms, training space, storage and mechanical areas. Finished included but not limited to carpet, tile, vct, finished concrete, epoxy flooring, painted cmu, painted gwb and FRP wall finishes, suspended acoustical tile ceilings with fluorescent light, gwb ceiling with recessed lighting, exterior thin-stone water table and stone cap, fiber-cement board siding, asphalt shingles and metal standing seam roof, aluminum gutters and downspouts. New construction also included kitchen and bathroom plumbing, plumbing fixtures, partitions, accessories, wood cabinets and laminate counter tops, building fire suppression system, FRP doors, wood doors, door hardware, exterior sealants as required, HVAC, and exhaust systems with controls, emergency and safety lighting fixtures, devices and accessories, electrical data and USB outlets.