McEwan Road Station 39 - New Station
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Station 39 is located on a 1.16-acre site at 7100 SW McEwan Road in Tualatin. The future station's service area includes single- and multi-family housing as well as industrial and commercial structures.
Why a New Station?
Fire District leadership conducted a thorough analysis of population density, incident types, and traffic when determining the ideal location for the new station. TVF&R identified the need for a station in this location to ensure fast and effective emergency response to local residents and businesses and to strengthen emergency response in the Rivergrove community and nearby Bridgeport Village area.
McEwan Road Station 39 will be a single-story fire station staffed around the clock by a four-person crew with room to expand if call volume increases. The station will feature a community meeting room.
Estimated Construction Timeline
Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in the coming months with a target completion of next winter.
Contractors roughly graded the building pad and poured footings for the station.
Contractors completed the installation of dry wells for stormwater treatment at the site and are placing forms for concrete.
Construction has begun, and site work is ongoing. Excavation is underway, and trees have been removed to make way for the fire station.
The city of Tualatin issued permits, and contractors began mobilizing on site.
The capital projects team is preparing for construction to start.
The general contractor is evaluating subcontractor bids received and preparing for the construction phase of the project to begin.
The capital projects team continues its work in the permitting phase, and the project is out to bid in the subcontractor market.
The capital projects team continues its work in the permitting phase and received approval from Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality.
The capital projects team continues working through the design development phase and permitting process. City of Tualatin staff approved the architectural review application with conditions.
Design development work continues. The capital projects team explores value engineering options. City staff continue architectural review after the application was deemed complete on May 18.
Design development work continues.
The conditional-use public hearing was held earlier this month, and no opposition was submitted. The capital projects team continues design development work.
The capital projects team continues work in the design development phase. The conditional-use application is under review by city staff.
The Tualatin City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing on April 9 to consider the conditional-use application. Meanwhile, the capital projects team is working on the construction document.
The conditional-use application is complete, and the city of Tualatin scheduled a conditional-use hearing for April 9. If approved, the capital projects team has a target date of mid-April to submit the application for architectural review.
The design development phase continues. The capital projects team submitted the conditional-use application to the city of Tualatin on December 8.
The station schematic design is complete, and the capital projects team is moving into the design development phase. A neighborhood meeting for the land-use application was held on November 7. The team plans to submit a conditional-use application to the city of Tualatin by December 13.