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Kersey Town Hall

Project type

Vertical Commercial Construction

The Town of Kersey had outgrown its old Town Hall—a small modular building which housed city staff, the Police Station, and shared with the town Library—and was in desperate need of a larger facility. The Town ultimately desires to revamp its main street, and this project was at the start of those efforts. They selected a historic structure known as the “Kersey Co-op” for the new Town Hall. The building, built in 1814, stood vacant for years, leading to drainage issues, rotting wood, dilapidated brick walls, mice infestation, and a sizable bat population.

The new Town Hall is built to LEED standards and features a Council Chambers with a ballistic-reinforced dais, fully equipped Police Department, tornado shelters, reclaimed beetle kill T&G ceilings, sophisticated low-voltage security and A/V systems, glass-walled conference room, indoor/ outdoor fireplace, and a historical artwork vestibule with storefront glass looking out on 1st Street. Our team worked alongside the architect during preconstruction and provided a GMP.

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