The Mijas Town Hall has taken out tender for the drafting of the execution project for the future new fire station and the Emergency School, a project that has with a budget of 75,000 eurosas reported this Wednesday by the mayor, Josele González.

The councilor stressed that “with this announcement we take another step in the materialization of this infrastructure that will respond to a historic demand from our firefighters, who currently have a ship that is clearly insufficientbarely a thousand square meters”.

“With this exit to bidding for the drafting of the project of execution of the new Fire Station also includes the School of Emergencies, which will undoubtedly become a reference training space not only from the province, but also from Andalusia”, he pointed out.

González has valued the “preliminary work on choosing the location of this new fire station, which will finally be located in a plot next to IES La Vegaconnected to a fast track such as the highway to respond quickly in emergencies in both urban, forest and scattered areas”.

For his part, the Councilor for Infrastructure and Works, José Carlos Martín, has indicated that the tendering of the drafting of the execution project has a budget of 75,000 euros and has advanced that “all those companies that decide to submit to this tender will be able to do so until June 16 through the State Contracting Platform.

The mayor has stressed that it is a “important and necessary project because we will make a leap in quality with an infrastructure that will exceed 1,000 square meters, which have become obsolete in a municipality like Mijas, to an area of ​​4,600 square meters.

The new Mijas fire station will be divided into two buildings: the ‘Emergency School’, and another as a fire ship which will have an instruction tower and a swimming pool, among other circuits and routes enabled for the physical exercise of the troops and the performance of maneuvers. Located on Avenida de Comares, near the IES La Vega, in Las Lagunas, the works are expected to begin in the first half of next year.

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