Market & Johnson was the general contractor on the new 26,785 SF fire station for the City of Hudson. The new facility replaced their current downtown location with additional fire truck capacity, offices, conference room, and future dorms—additionally, the project incorporated a new training facility by adding a two-story hose tower. The construction consisted of precast wall panels, precast roof tees, and cast-in-place foundations. The City build the facility to handle Hudson’s current and future growth needs.
All in all working with Market & Johnson has been a positive experience. During these tenuous times we were able collaborate and adapt for a successful project. In all of my years in inspections. I have not met a more conscientious and professional than Tim Pogozinkski. Tim was the project superintendent and was always upfront with any issues and was prepared to share solutions and options, even when it was not Market & Johnson's problem.
General Building Contractor
- Owner: City of Hudson
- Architect: Brunton Architects & Engineers
- Size: 26,785 sq. ft.
- Start Date: June 2019
- Completion Date: May 2020