06/21/10 86 W, 1 I - + 12 - 9 Facelift for Cupola at Durham Station 2

The Durham Herald-Sun also recently reported on restoration of the cupola at Fire Station 2 at 1001 Ninth Street. Scaffolding was recently installed, as the restoration begins this month. The $150,000 project is scheduled for completion in October. The fire station was completed in 1950, and is the oldest engine house in the Bull City. It presently houses Engine 2, Ladder 2, Squad 2, and Battalion 2. Read the entire article. Or learn more about the station at the unofficial DFD site.

Brittany Bass / Durham Herald-Sun photo

Here’s a list of the city’s capital projects, FY10 version, with project descriptions for a host of fire station projects including the cupola work, http://www.durhamnc.gov/departments/bms/..

Includes a bunch of new stations.

Station 7, rebuild? – Complete by FY14
Station 9, relocate – Complete by FY12
Station 10, rebuild – Complete by FY14
Station 17 – Complete by FY15
Station 18 – Complete by FY16
Station 19 – Complete by FY17
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