Kennewick Fire Station #3

The city of Kennewick has completed a $7 million fire station to serve the Vista Field area at 6941 W. Grandridge Blvd., near the Three Rivers Convention Center campus.

The 12,570-square-foot building houses six personnel, including firefighter medical technicians and firefighter paramedics, two engines and an EMS unit, with room to expand. It also has a display bay for a 1922 American La France Brockway Torpedo – Kennewick’s first motorized fire engine, known as Old No. 1.

It replaces a functionally obsolete station at 7400 W. Quinault Ave.

Utility taxes paid for the new station.

Richland-based Total Site Services was the contractor.

TCA Architecture (DOT) Planning Inc. of Seattle designed the project.

Alliance Management & Construction Solutions of Kennewick was project manager.

Harms Engineering of Pasco was the civil engineer.

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