Central EMS plans architect selection for new headquarters in Fayetteville

Posted: September 21, 2017 at 1:01 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/FILE PHOTO A Central EMS ambulance returns to headquarters on South School in Fayetteville.

Central EMS officials will ask three architectural firms to give presentations, then pick one to design and build a new headquarters, Chief Becky Stewart said Wednesday.

About Central EMS

Central EMS has served in Fayetteville and Washington County as the advanced life support ambulance service since 1980. The service covers about 920 square miles that includes Fayetteville, Elkins, Farmington, Goshen, Greenland, Lincoln, Prairie Grove, Tontitown, Johnson, West Fork and Winslow. The service also covers the University of Arkansas and more than 30 miles of Interstate 49. The service area includes all areas of Washington County except for Springdale. This year’s overall budget is about $10 million.

Source: Central EMS

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