Contractors began the remediation of Fire Station No. 1 this month, staying in line with city officials' desire to have the project completed by mid-March.
Building Commissioner William Griswold told City Council a week ago that Panzica Construction of Mayfield Village began work in the second week of January, removing caulk and replacing window seals on the fire station's west side. The company will ultimately fix water-leakage and infiltration damage by wrapping windows and installing wood nailers and aluminum copings to the north, east and west elevations.
Griswold said the west side is 20 to 30 percent complete. The target completion date is March 15.
"So far, everything looks good," Griswold said.
Beachwood agreed to the contract with Panzica in late December for an amount not exceed $113,096.