New Town Hall Construction Project
10/5/2020 - We are in the home stretch!
7/15/2020 - As we enter the final few months of construction, more work is moving inside, but the columns are completed and boxes appear on the roof in the time-lapse video for June.
6/26/2020 - Columns going up and lots of digging for underground utilities in May’s time-lapse video!
5/19/2020 - In April’s time-lapse video, some of the work has moved inside, but exterior architectural details are starting to take shape.
4/24/2020 - March time-lapse video - the brick facade is completed, more layers are added to the roof, and glass installation gets underway!
4/16/2020 - February’s time-lapse video has much to see - watch the dormers taking shape, the brick facade start to go up, and additional roof layers being added. The cranes are mesmerizing!
4/15/2020 - Roof panel installation begins in January’s time-lapse video
1/28/2020 - Steel roof ridge and rafter beams are lifted into place by crane in December’s time-lapse video
12/20/2019 - Time-lapse video for November - start of second level construction and walls
12/10/2019 - Steel beams go up in the time-lapse video for October!
10/9/2019 - Check out the time-lapse video of the construction work done during the month of September!
10/3/2019 - The construction of the new Town Hall building is underway! The foundation has been completed, and the stairwell and elevator shaft have been completed. The concrete slab for the first floor will be poured early this month, then the structural steel members will be erected, and we will begin to see the outline of the building.
9/16/2019 - Check out a time-lapse video of the construction work done during the month of August!
7/19/2019 - Effective 7:00 am on Friday, July 19, 2019 Duncan Street behind Town Hall will be closed and temporary fencing will be erected for the duration of the New Town Hall Construction Project. While both public entrances to Town Hall will remain open, the accessible entrance facing Duncan Street will only be able to be reached from the north end of the building (i.e. the sidewalk from Thompson Street).