Friday, October 19, 2012

Mesco Helps Fire Fighters Extinguish Budget Concerns

After breaking ground in December, the Bethel Fire Station in Sumter, South Carolina held its grand opening earlier this fall. The new facility is part of a grander plan to update and bring to code, Sumter County’s rural fire stations.

Mesco and fellow general contractors Hawkins and Kolb Construction were the team for the job. Working together, the construction duo was able to develop a project plan specifically value engineered to keep the project on time and within the proposed budget. Signature™ 300 roof and wall panels were used to keep costs low and aesthetics attractive.

To learn more about the Bethel Fire Station and to see photos of the full construction process from the ground up, click here and visit their website.

Mesco is honored to support our Fire Fighters and help give them a place to call home base.