Delaware Engineering, in collaboration with Keystone Associates, is working with the Town of Windham to design a new ambulance facility. The proposed facility will provide the community with a local emergency response center that also has the capability to host large community.
Keystone Associates is providing architectural services for the facility, while Delaware’s role is to provide structural, electrical and mechanical engineering, as well as stormwater management, site preparation, and all aspects of construction-phase services for the project.
The proposed Windham Ambulance Center will include the construction of a 4,800 square foot Ambulance Center at the corner of County Route 12 and NY Route 23 on Town of Windham-owned land. The site is 4.95 acres spread over three parcels. The existing helicopter pad will be moved 295 feet to the southeast, with a driveway off of the Ambulance Center’s parking lot. There will also be a sidewalk installed between the Ambulance Center and the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The facility will have two pull-through bays forming a horseshoe-shaped driveway, and will have 13 surface parking spaces. As more than one (1) acre of ground will be disturbed, stormwater controls will be in place through the development of a Stormwater Pollution Protection Plan and the site is cleared and level.
Design of the complex is expected to start Fall 2020, with construction commencing in Spring 2021 and completing Winter 2021. The overall construction budget is estimated to be approximately $2 million.