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State bids out Fire Academy work

MONTOUR FALLS—The Fire Academy in Montour Falls is looking to replace its 60 year old windows through state bidding.
Joel Barkin, deputy secretary of state for public affairs, said the first part of the project will be replacements for 50 to 60 year old windows in Building 1. He explained that is the original structure, circa 1858. Barkin explained the next phase will be replacing windows in Building 2. He said that is the structure’s addition as of 1966.
“The Fire Academy’s budget does not allow for replacement of all windows during one fiscal year,” said Barkin about the project’s two phases.
He explained the state Office of General Services is contracting the project for the building, because it is a state academy. The only time prospective bidders will be allowed on site to see the facilities in question is a scheduled site visit, Thursday, Dec. 17. The state will accept bids until Jan. 6.
“We anticipate installation to begin in the spring,” said Barkin.
The Fire Academy is operated by the Department of State’s Office of Fire Prevention and Control. It offers courses, including, hazardous materials, arson investigation and general fire service training. General fire service courses include emergency medical technician (EMT), fire suppression, and fire equipment maintenance.
 



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