Phase One of the New Sandwich Public Safety Complex Completed
Milton, MA - - August 14, 2018 - Boston Building & Bridge has completed Phase One of the new construction and renovation project for the Sandwich Public Safety Complex and Fire Substation #2. Phase One of the project culminated in the opening of the renovated Fire Substation #2 located on 6A.
The renovations to the Fire Substation #2 located in East Sandwich offer welcome upgrades for the firefighters that are stationed there. The extensive overhaul included: demolition and removal of hazardous material, renovation of the existing fire station restroom, new kitchen and apparatus bay floor drains, construction of a new four-bedroom firefighter dormitory and connector and completion of all site upgrades, including installation of a new septic system and tight tank for the apparatus bay floor drains.
Phase Two of the project is the construction of the new Public Safety Complex located at Cotuit and Quaker Meetinghouse roads, a 27-acre campus that will house the new Police Station and Fire Headquarters. With the framework complete, the work continues towards the final stages for closing in the buildings. With state-of-the-art technology installed, the new facilities provide more sophisticated communication and IT equipment, allow for more advanced training systems and enhance safety for the employees and the public.
About Boston Building & Bridge
Founded in 1986, Boston Building & Bridge is a general contracting and construction management firm headquartered in Milton, Massachusetts. The company has been serving public and private sector clients with an extensive construction and renovation portfolio that ranges from commercial and industrial buildings, schools and libraries, municipal buildings and recreational facilities, to multi-unit housing complexes, modular structures and a variety of specialty projects. In addition, Boston Building & Bridge has vast civil sector experience in road and bridge construction. To learn more, visit http://www.bbbcorp.com.