Stoughton, MA – CTA Construction Managers recently celebrated the topping off of the new 25,145sf fire station for the town of Stoughton.
Construction is currently underway on the new fire station, located on Prospect Street. “We recently completed blasting work, installed the roof vapor barrier, and completed exterior walls,” said Lyle Coghlin, principal, CTA Construction.
“The town has tremendous need for a modern fire department facility. We are so satisfied we repurposed this site to provide a long-term community asset,” said Donald Walter, the principal in charge at Dore + Whittier, the firm that designed the new station. CTA Construction previously worked with Dore + Whittier on the Scituate Public Safety Building, Weston High School, and Park Avenue Elementary School in Webster.
“The project is on track to be completed by the end of summer 2024,” said Taylor MacDonald, partner at Pomroy Associates, the town’s project management firm. “We are very happy with the progress so far and look forward to the completion of the exterior envelope.”
This is CTA Construction’s second project for the town. The firm previously built the Stoughton Department of Public Works.