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Owner:

City of Marshfield

Architect:

Short Elliott Hendrickson-SEH

Boldt Role:

Construction Manager

Key Points:

This project will qualify for a LEED Silver certification.

City of Marshfield

Central Fire Station and Rescue Facility

Marshfield, WI

The city of Marshfield is a safe, clean community with abundant parks, attractions and a world-class health care facility. It prides itself on being named the best place to live in Wisconsin and 8th best place to live in America by American City Business Journals. So it was only fitting that Marshfield's Central Fire Station reflected this pride in community.

As construction manager, Boldt constructed a 28,000 sq. ft. facility on 2.2 acres right in downtown Marshfield. The station includes two floors above grade, with nine fire truck and ambulance bays, fitness and training rooms, offices, living quarters and storage space, as well as a lower level.

The structure also reflects Marshfield's commitment to quality of life by incorporating sustainable features. Not only was the fire station built using recycled and recyclable, locally obtained, low-emitting materials, but this facility, which is seeking LEED® Silver certification, incorporates an erosion and sedimentation plan and an indoor air quality management plan. The result is an environmentally responsible fire station that keeps the city of Marshfield as beautiful as it is safe.