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Community Invited to Attend Central Fire Station Re-Dedication Ceremony

SEGUIN, Texas – After undergoing a major renovation over the past 8 months, Seguin firefighters will soon be moving back into the newly improved Central Fire Station.

The public is invited attend a ceremony to re-dedicate the station (110 Elm Street) on Wednesday, April 20 from 3 to 5 pm. The public can also enjoy tours of the station.

A complete makeover of the first floor and a total remodel of second floor living quarters, including the addition of a large commercial-grade kitchen area, are among the most significant improvements made to the 75 year-old fire station.

Additional renovations include:

  • The installation of a new HVAC system for each sleeping quarter to have control over their own heating and cooling.
  • Six additional bathrooms were constructed.
  • New plumbing and electrical systems throughout the facility.
  • Constructed a new climate-controlled bunker gear room
  • To meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance, ADA accessible restrooms were added on the first and second floors. A chair lift was also installed for access to the second floor.
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting added throughout.
  • Bay area floors coated and walls repainted.
  • Exterior doors and trim re-painted.

“I am extremely excited about the completion of this remodel,” said Seguin Fire Chief Dale Skinner. “We did our best to make much-needed updates while preserving the history of the building. I am confident that the newly remodeled Central Fire Station will serve this community well into the next 50 years,” he said

TSG Architects designed the $2.4 million renovation project with renovations completed by the Koehler Company.

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