At the location of the former PTEX automotive shop building on East Holley Avenue in Sterling, VA, crews have completed construction of the modular building that will serve as the interim fire station while a permanent facility is constructed. Work to install mechanical systems, stairs, ramps and walkways has been completed and permanent power was established at the end of July.
Over the next several weeks, crews will finish work to prepare the interim building for the Sterling Volunteer Fire and Rescue Companies to move in. The station will begin operations out of the interim building by early September and demolition of the existing station will follow. Formal notification of the transfer to interim station will be sent out by Loudoun County Fire and Rescue and a digital sign has been placed on Holly Avenue to identify the location of the new station entrance.
This project provides funding to design and construct a new 22,000 square foot replacement station for the Sterling Volunteer Fire and Rescue Companies. The new facility will replace the current 8,772-square-foot building on this site dating from 1970 and provide more storage and parking. The one-acre property will also expand by a third of an acre.
Currently, construction is estimated to be complete in summer 2022.
For more information about the Sterling Park Safety Center project, including construction photos, visit the project page.