29 June

Town Hall get face lift after 10 year debate

After nearly 10 years of public debate, voters from the town of Newington, Connecticut, approved a bond for a new town hall and community center. The long-anticipated $32.2-million-dollar project provides 75,000 square feet of space for human services, board of education, and town council offices, as well as storage space and two full-sized basketball courts. The new facility began construction in April 2019; the project is expected to last about 22 months.

Newington’s existing space was deteriorating, and the roof of the old town hall leaked. So QA+M Architecture turned to the waterproofing experts at Carvahlo and McDowell Construction, Inc., to ensure the new space would be watertight. Go here to find out which product they trusted for this long awaited face lift.

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