Murray Associates Architects project is already one week ahead of schedule
  • Posted by Donna Dubbs, (717)234-2581, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on August 23, 2016

    After more than a decade of feasibility studies and financial planning, the Greater Carroll Valley Community and Education Complex broke ground on July 12, 2016.  With the anticipated completion date of February 18, 2017, the project is already one week ahead of its construction schedule.  At the last Council meeting held on July 9th, the Council Members reviewed and selected the materials for the interiors of their new facility that was presented by the Architect of Record, Benedict Dubbs of Murray Associates Architects, P. C.

    The replacement facility will now offer the community new borough administrative offices, a new police department, a branch of the Adams County Library System that replacing the current Fairfield location, a community meeting room, and outdoor amenities for education, sports and recreation activities.


    Tags: · central pa · architecture · harrisburg · new building · sustainable design · gettysburg, pa · new public library · new police department · new municipal building



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Murray Associates Architects project is already one week ahead of schedule
  • Posted by Donna Dubbs, (717)234-2581, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on August 23, 2016

    After more than a decade of feasibility studies and financial planning, the Greater Carroll Valley Community and Education Complex broke ground on July 12, 2016.  With the anticipated completion date of February 18, 2017, the project is already one week ahead of its construction schedule.  At the last Council meeting held on July 9th, the Council Members reviewed and selected the materials for the interiors of their new facility that was presented by the Architect of Record, Benedict Dubbs of Murray Associates Architects, P. C.

    The replacement facility will now offer the community new borough administrative offices, a new police department, a branch of the Adams County Library System that replacing the current Fairfield location, a community meeting room, and outdoor amenities for education, sports and recreation activities.


    Tags: · central pa · architecture · harrisburg · new building · sustainable design · gettysburg, pa · new public library · new police department · new municipal building



Portfolio » CorporateEducationGovernmentHealthcareHospitalityOther
Portfolio » CorporateEducationGovernmentHealthcareHospitalityOther