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CLARK COUNTY, CALIF. — BJG Architecture + Engineering has broken ground for the construction of Clark County Fire Station #33, which is located on the Las Vegas Convention Center campus in Las Vegas. The $5.3 million, 14,000-square-foot facility includes a fourth bay for service vehicles. The additional space will also include an area designated for fire prevention personnel and future development. The station’s first two specialized engines will equipped to handle chemical, biological and radiological hazards and paramedic rescue. The project is being built through a partnership between Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Clark County and the fire department. Clark County will fund the property and lease the facility from the LVCVA.

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