Local construction company to build new ambulance station

ABOVE:  Richmond West’s Karl Wilson, Lismore paramedic Michael Smith, Kyogle paramedic Bill Stralow with Bennettt’s site manager Brad Tucker. Photo: Contributed

Casino’s ambulance station building in Centre St is 90 years old and work on a new station will begin soon.

The new station will be built near the Casino & District Memorial Hospital in Canterbury St.

An artist’s impression of the new look ambulance station in Casino. Photo: Contributed

Local building company Bennett Constructions, a Ballina family-operated business, won the contract to build the new ambulance station.

Bennett Constructions also built the Iluka Ambulance Station.

The Casino project includes six ambulance parking bays, offices, relief accommodation, a logistics areas, a wash bay and staff parking.

The State Government has invested $1.4 billion into NSW Ambulance in 2021-22 including $334 million in infrastructure funding.

Casino’s current ambulance station on Centre St

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