Campden Fire Station Project

Front of a grey fire station. Over the fire station garage doors, there is a sign that reads "Lincoln Fire Rescue Campden."
Project Team
Lincoln Fire Rescue & Emergency Services Chief, Greg Hudson
Shannon McKay, Director, Community Services
Sean Jackson, PMP, Project Manager
Brouwer Construction (1981) Ltd.
1880 Reg. Rd. 81
St. Catharines, ON L2R 6P7

Project Update - COMPLETE:

  • Structural construction is now complete
  • Campden station is functioning out of the new station as of Feb. 6, 2019
  • Outstanding items to be completed in appropriate weather: landscaping, additional signage​​​​​​

Description of the Project:

The new 5,600 sq. ft. station offers:

  • Three drive-through bays
  • Modern equipment to meet the health and safety needs of the firefighters
  • Bunker gear decontamination area
  • Proper ventilation system for trucks
  • Training room

Project Background:

  • The Campden Fire Station was built in 1958 and has served the community for 60 years.
  • The current site no longer meets National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards or requirements for fire insurance grading and Superior Tanker Shuttle Accreditation for rural water supply.
  • The 2015 Fire Master Plan recommended that a new station be constructed as soon as was reasonably possible.
  • The existing property was deemed too small of a parcel of land to build the new station, when reviewed as an option for a new station.
  • In the spring of 2017 Town of Lincoln purchased a parcel of land to the west side of Bethesda Services.
  • Design-Build Contract was awarded to Brouwer Construction Ltd. at the December 21 Council meeting for the tendered amount of $1,776,000 (excluding HST)
  • Ground-breaking ceremony took place on May 2, 2018
  • Construction commenced May 7, 2018, and building structure installation is currently underway

Construction Schedule:

  • Start date: May 7, 2018
  • Completion date: Feb. 9, 2019