Wayne County’s initiative to bolster its emergency response capabilities is taking a significant step forward. Next month will see the commencement of construction on the county’s new Emergency Medical Services headquarters, located at the County Complex off Route 31.
The Finger Lakes Times reported the decision this week. Nicoletta Building Contractors, with its competitive bid of around $3.5 million, is expected to undertake the general construction.
Meanwhile, bids for specific services have also been projected, including Landry Mechanical Engineers for plumbing, Pipitone Enterprise for HVAC, and Concord Electric Corporation for electrical work. The entire initiative, factoring in furniture, equipment, and other considerations, will cost the county approximately $7.5 million, as per a county resolution set for Public Safety Committee endorsement.
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