Fairfax County’s newest fire station – Scotts Run Fire Station #44 – is live! It becomes the 39th fire and rescue station in the County.
“I would like to thank TRINITY… Amazing job building this facility. Certainly, our developer partners who made today possible, but most importantly, the people who literally were laying the bricks to make this building happen… These stations are not easy to build and I know hearing from our AEW folks, County folks the work that TRINITY did was a seamless process and successful process and is much appreciated by the County,” said Fairfax County Chairman Jeff McKay.
“This project is the result of a successful partnership with the developers, Cityline Partners, and multiple County departments, including of course fire and rescue, but also land development services, planning and development, and the County attorney’s office… The public works department serves as management for the construction and design of this modern, urban fire station in close coordination with the developer, as well as CCS Project Management, Samaha [Associates PC], and TRINITY [Group Construction],” said Fairfax County Public Works and Environmental Services Director Chis Herrington.