Keller to build for Iron Ridge Fire Department station

Special to The Freeman

April 7, 2014

Keller, Planners, Architects and Builders, a design/build general contractor has been hired to construct a new fire station for Iron Ridge Fire Department.
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IRON RIDGE – Keller, Planners, Architects and Builders, a design/build general contractor with offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau and the Fox Cities, has been hired to construct a new fire station for Iron Ridge Fire Department.

The project will be under the direction of Keller Project Manager Bob Poch and architect Jim Stojke, according to the announcement.

“We are building the new fire station to provide adequate space for our fire apparatus equipment and to have additional training room for our volunteer firefighters,” said Fire Chief Jason Boeck in a statement. “This is something we have been planning for a long time. We are thrilled we can finally put a shovel in the ground. This would not be possible without the tireless dedication of our volunteer firemen, the auxiliary, and the outstanding community support that contributes to making our annual fundraisers a success.”

Located at 4000 Industrial Drive in Iron Ridge, construction will begin late April and is expected to be completed in late September.

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