Scituate, MA – (RealEstateRama) — The Public Building Commission of the Town of Scituate, Massachusetts will issue periodic public updates about the construction progress for the Town Library project. Groundbreaking occurred on September 1, 2015. The project remains on budget. Completion is anticipated for late 2016/early 2017.

All foundation work, including pier support reinforcements and waterproofing requirements, has been completed at the site. The new elevator pit has been constructed. Vertical construction has begun with the concrete masonry walls complete on the north side and begun on the east side. Site work included improving on-site retention to reduce run-off water.

Steel has been delivered and installation is well under way. It is anticipated that this process will continue for several more weeks. Lumber is also on site ready for roof framing to begin.

A commemorative beam was displayed on March 5th and over 250 residents signed their names. The beam will be installed in the building near the main entrance but will not be visible once construction is complete.

The Public Building Commission has approved APCO for the interior signage design, manufacturing and installation work. The Interior Design Committee continues to work on furniture and color selections.


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