Palmerston Regional Fire Response and Emergency Services Complex

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is constructing a new Palmerston Regional Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Complex.

Supporting 240 jobs during construction, the $25 million complex is strategically located on Howard Springs Road, providing emergency services workers with new and modern facilities, while ensuring they can get to emergencies quicker.

The complex will be home to station firefighters and the Palmerston NTES Volunteers Unit, which provides the residents of Palmerston and the rural area a modern facility that will meet the growing community’s needs for decades to come.

Featuring more room for larger appliances, the new complex will have increased capacity for:

  • larger crew numbers on extreme fire danger days
  • operation and meeting rooms
  • training area
  • breathing apparatus room
  • workshop and communications tower.

Early works started in January 2021 and will be followed by foundation laying to occur in March 2021, weather permitting.

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Project manager: Kristin Grumelart
Phone: 08 8946 5150

Last updated: 21 January 2021

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