LeChase helps break ground for new Caroga Lake fire station

By July 2, 2020July 6th, 2020Project Highlights, Schenectady, N.Y.

LeChase took part in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new fire station in the town of Caroga Lake, N.Y. The new 10,000-SF fire station will replace the Caroga Lake Volunteer Fire Company’s (CLVFC) existing fire station, built in 1952.

the July 1 groundbreaking, held in accordance with current distancing and gathering guidelines, included CLVFC and project team members, as well as local guests and dignitaries. Account Executive Mike Corey, of LeChase’s Schenectady office, was among the speakers. “LeChase is excited to be a member of this fire station project,” he said. “We’re also proud to be on a team committed to the advancement of first responders and those dedicated to community service.”

LeChase is serving as general contractor for construction of the new fire station. The project team also includes C2 Design Group and the Environmental Design Partnership.

For news coverage of the event in the The Leader-Herald, click here.

Scenes from Caroga Like fire station groundbreaking

Top row, l-r: Fire Chief Howard Dutcher, CLVF President Bob Sullivan, LeChase’s Mike Corey and NY State Senator Jim Tedisco during the ceremony. Bottom row: Mike Corey (at left) was among those who addressed guests at the event.