New Hope EMS Station



 

 

 

PROJECT SUMMARY

On May 15, 2017, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a 40-year ground lease for 2.4 acres on the campus of Wake Tech North for a new EMS Station. This site is located at the intersection of Louisburg Road (US 401) and Fox Road, near I-540. This new station provides EMS response to an area where there is a gap in coverage and it enables Wake EMS to decluster EMS units currently at Mini-City.
 
On October 16, 2017, the Board of Commissioners approved the schematic design for the EMS New Hope Station with three single-length ambulance bays, which houses a peak load unit, a 24-hour response unit and an Advance Practice Paramedic vehicle.
 
On June 18, 2018, the Board of Commissioners approved a construction contract with TCC Enterprises to construct the new facility along with all of the necessary site improvements.

Wake County EMS began responding to calls from EMS New Hope Station in August 2019.
 

BUILDING INFORMATION

Site Acreage:​ ​2.4 acres
​Parking: ​10 spaces
Building Area: ​4,357 SF
​Vehicle Bays: ​3
Architect: Williard Stewart Architects, PA
Contractor: ​TCC Enterprises, Inc.
Construction Cost: ​$1.8 million
Opened to the Public: July 2019


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New Hope EMS BreakroomNew Hope EMS Multipurpose Room







EMS New Hope Station Front