Landry/French Construction hosts groundbreaking ceremony for Scarborough public safety building

December 07, 2018 - Front Section
Shown (from left) are: Roccy Risbara, building committee member; Roger Chabot, building committee member;
Judy Roy, building committee member; fire chief Mike Thurlow; town council chair Bill Donovan; police chief
Robbie Moulton; Kevin Freeman, building committee member; Rick Meinking, building committee member;
Greg Hanscom, building committee member; David Libby, building committee member;
town manager Tom Hall; Denis Landry of Landry/French Construction.

Scarborough, ME Landry/French Construction joined the town in an official groundbreaking ceremony for its new public safety building. 

The event was held on November 8 at the site of the new facility, located on town-owned land adjacent to the Town Hall and bordered by US Rte. 1 and Sawyer Rd.

The new 53,000 s/f combined police and fire station building, designed by Context Architecture of Boston, will accommodate current public safety needs and anticipate community and staffing growth through 2041. 

The new facility is slated to be completed in spring of 2020.



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