Delphi Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at Brewster Fire Headquarters

MASHPEE, MA- July 9, 2018—Multi-Market construction management firm Delphi Construction celebrated an official opening ceremony at the newly completed Brewster Fire and Rescue Headquarters on Main Street in Brewster, MA for which Delphi managed construction over the past year and a half.

The event attended by key stakeholders including the design and construction team, the Fire Chief, Fire and Rescue personnel, representatives from the Select Board and Fire Station Building Committee, members of the community and local media was held on site on June 23.

A hose de-coupling ceremony with remarks from featured speakers including Chief Robert Moran, replaced the traditional ribbon cutting and marked the official completion and grand opening of the new 24,000 plus square foot facility which will be the new home of the fire and rescue departments for the town.

The Cape Cod inspired design features 2 large apparatus bays, new offices, state of the art training and operations facilities, living quarters, fitness center and common areas as well as state of the art alerting system technology throughout the building.

The facility was designed by CDR Maguire / Saccoccio Architects, CDR Maguire handled the civil engineering requirements for the project. The Owner’s Project Manager was Pomroy Associates. Delphi managed construction out of their Mashpee office with oversight by Project Executive Tony Freitas, Project Manager Michael Paronich, APM Drew Sylvia and Construction Superintendents Bob Lelland and Chris Correia.

“We were honored to be chosen as the construction partner on this landmark project. We know a new state of the art fire house was a much needed and long awaited asset within the community. We could not have been more pleased with the outstanding spirit of cooperation and professionalism that existed among the team throughout every phase of the project. Delphi is proud to have played a role, together with the architect,  engineer, owners project manager, Chief Robert Moran, the building committee and all of the other contributors who worked together to make this project such a success. Most of all, Delphi would like to congratulate the residents of the Town of Brewster on the acquisition of a facility of which they can be truly proud.” Freitas said.