Greenwich’s Central Fire House: Before, During and After

Central Fire House

New Central Fire House, part of Greenwich’s public safety complex. Dec. 25, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

Central Fire House with its art deco fixtures and limestone facade, Sept, 2011. Credit: Leslie Yager

The new Central Fire House, part of Greenwich’s public safety complex. Dec. 25, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

At Thursday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, First Selectman Peter Tesei said that on Dec 19th, Greenwich’s fire administration relocated from their temporary headquarters to the newly built central fire house at 15 Havemeyer place.

“This is the first time during my tenure that the fire administration has downtown,” Tesei said. “It’s been over a decade that they’ve been at Holly Hill. Chief Siecienski wishes to tip his helmet to the building construction, maintenance and IT for all their efforts to re-position their offices downtown.”

Piazza Inc. was the general contractor on the project. “Our company took great pride in this project,” said Piazza Inc. President John Piazza.”From including the stone and medallions from the original building to limestone and granite interior — we couldn’t be more pleased knowing that the fire department can serve from a facility they are proud of.”

Demolishing the old fire station, March 2013. Credit: Leslie Yager

Limestone from the original fire station being added to the facade of the new fire station in central Greenwich. Jan. 14, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

Fire House September 2011

Before demolition, art deco fixtures and limestone exterior visible at the Central Greenwich Fire House, Sept, 2011. Credit: Leslie Yager

See also:

E.T.A for New Fire Station at Greenwich Public Safety Complex: December 2016


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