CARMEL, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – Work is set to begin on the new Carmel Fire Department headquarters, community building and museum. Officials from the city of Carmel, the Clay Township Trustee and project partners will break ground Tuesday afternoon on the five-story building.
Once complete, the city says the project will be home to the city of Carmel Fire Department headquarters, a new museum, community gathering spaces and the interactive Survive Alive Village.
The building is being constructed at 210 Veterans Way in Carmel.
The project, which was announced last December, is part of Clay Township’s $60 million park and public safety improvement plan.