Allen Fire Station #2

Allen, Texas

Allen Fire Station #2

Brief Summary

Crossland Construction was awarded the $4 million contract to build the new fire station in Allen, Texas.  The project scope included construction of a temporary facility, demolition of the existing facility, and subsequent construction of the new facility.  The temporary structure was built behind a neighboring church.  Once demolition was completed, the new building, with the same footprint as the original, began to take shape.  Exterior features include masonry, a glass storefront, metal panels, and cast stone.  Interiorly, there are open wood trusses in the kitchen and hallway.

Several challenges presented themselves over the course of the project.  First, the emergency signal had to remain operational during the entirety of construction/demolition.  Additionally, the small construction site was surrounded by the neighboring church, as mentioned, a residential neighborhood, high traffic roadways, and a daycare facility, making project coordination difficult.  Despite those issues, however, Crossland crews completed the Allen Fire Station on time and within budget. 

Client - City of Allen, Texas
Size - 11,855 Square Feet
Cost - $4 Million
Delivery Method - Hard Bid

Project Photos

They really got the job done.  They’ve done an excellent job dealing with the schedule and weather conditions.  They have really paid attention to detail and we’re very happy with their work out there.  They are a good bunch to work with and we appreciate their great effort getting it done.

– Martin DiNitto, HOK Sport (The Project's Architect Firm)


Get In Touch
Or Call
(620) 429-1414