- Size: 12,000 square feet
- Cost: $2.75 million
- Architect: McGinley Kalsow and Associates, Inc. Somerville, MA
The Dunstable Town Hall, originally constructed in 1898, is listed in the State and National Register of Historic Places. NETCO was selected as Owner’s Representative for the renovation project.
The project involved extensive interior and exterior work. The exterior work included cleaning, tuck pointing and replacement of brick and granite, reconstruction of the south entry portico, construction of a new main entrance on the east side of the building, and a new entrance on the north side to permit access to the Grange Room and the Main Assembly Hall. A new landscaping design and additional parking were also provided.
As is customary with renovation work today, the interior package included upgrading the Town Hall to meet Federal and State Americans with Disabilities (ADA) requirements which included a new ramp, elevator and handicap lift for the Grange Room stage. The work entailed installation of a structural steel package to reduce settlement, reconstruction of the stairway structures to include a large, new entrance foyer with a two story open ceiling structure, installation of a new HVAC system, replacement of all electrical systems wiring and equipment, and the addition of closed circuit security and cable T.V. systems. The project was completed on time and within budget.
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