Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Work progressing on Bealeton depot

Renovations on the Bealeton depot, part of the Bealeton Library complex, are progressing well and community residents are beginning to see a marked difference in the building’s appearance. Once the work is completed, the depot will be used as a library program room and community meeting space.

The interior has now been gutted and asbestos from the window glazing has been removed. Many of the original windows have been repaired and installed. Those that could not be repaired are being constructed using the originals as a pattern.
The photo at right shows the depot painted with its first coat of primer.
Project architect John Mott of John Milner Associates is pleased with the work completed thus far. Plans are for construction to be completed by the summer of 2010.

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