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:''This articles is about the current station in Oxmoor. For the historic station, see [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 4]].''
 
:''This articles is about the current station in Oxmoor. For the historic station, see [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 4]].''
'''Birmingham Fire Station No. 4''' is a [[Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service]] station under construction on [[Oslo Circle]] in the [[Oxmoor]] neighborhood. The land was donated by [[United Cerebral Palsy]].  
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'''Birmingham Fire Station No. 4''' is a 3-bay [[Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service]] station under construction on [[Oslo Circle]] in the [[Oxmoor]] neighborhood.
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The land for the station was donated by [[United Cerebral Palsy]], whose offices are located across the street. The station was designed in a rustic style featuring brick, stone and timber accents by architects [[Charles Williams & Associates]].  
  
 
Ground was broken on [[February 28]], [[2011]] with Mayor [[William Bell]] and Fire Chief [[Ivor Brooks]] in attendance.
 
Ground was broken on [[February 28]], [[2011]] with Mayor [[William Bell]] and Fire Chief [[Ivor Brooks]] in attendance.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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* [http://www.cwilliams-arch.com/projects/firestation.html Fire Station #4] at cwilliams-arch.com
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euz7LvfUkxQ Groundbreaking] for Fire Station #4 on YouTube.com
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euz7LvfUkxQ Groundbreaking] for Fire Station #4 on YouTube.com
  
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[[Category:2014 buildings]]
 
[[Category:2014 buildings]]
 
[[Category:Oslo Circle]]
 
[[Category:Oslo Circle]]
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[[Category:Charles Williams buildings]]

Revision as of 06:46, 11 June 2014

This articles is about the current station in Oxmoor. For the historic station, see Birmingham Fire Station No. 4.

Birmingham Fire Station No. 4 is a 3-bay Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service station under construction on Oslo Circle in the Oxmoor neighborhood.

The land for the station was donated by United Cerebral Palsy, whose offices are located across the street. The station was designed in a rustic style featuring brick, stone and timber accents by architects Charles Williams & Associates.

Ground was broken on February 28, 2011 with Mayor William Bell and Fire Chief Ivor Brooks in attendance.

External links