Engine 50 Charlestown, 34 Winthrop Street
Description: The country’s oldest public firehouse received a major overhaul with money that was earmarked in Boston’s city budget. The current building has been a fixture on Winthrop St. since 1918 but there has been a firehouse at the location since 1853. The site is not only the longest serving firehouse in the city but the oldest in the country. Engine 50 responds to incidents in Charlestown, North End, North Station and Beacon Hill and responds to approximately 1,500 incidents per year.
Scope of Work: For this project Fenagh provided inspections of concrete, welding, and structural steel. Learn more about Fenagh’s services here.