put in place by our site teams, along with strategic alterations to the project, have allowed ISG to make significant progress despite the pandemic. The external brickwork on the building is complete, with smart features in keeping with the feel of the city. All internal walls are in place and the rooms are really taking shape with the different areas identifiable. The new drill tower is ready and the training building is all but complete, offering Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service teams a realistic and challenging environment in which to hone their skills.
The new station will have modern training facilities such as a new training tower, breathing apparatus building and road traffic collision training area. There will also be a better working environment for all staff and more space and improved facilities for community engagement.
It will be more cost-effective to run and maintain, environmentally friendly and have improved accessibility.
The new community station will give firefighters in the city a more comfortable working environment that is better suited to the practical needs of a modern fire service.
The project was procured through the influential North West Construction Hub