News:

Concrete for foundations and walls is being poured.

Status:

Foundation permit issued, and excavation work has begun.

Questions?

Contact  Jim Brochu, Chair of Building Committee, or

Matthew Bachtold, Library Director,  508-529-6272.

Project Description:

The Upton Community Center is a new facility of 15,132 square feet to house the Upton Town Library and the Council on Aging, at an estimated project cost of $12.4 million.

Located at 9 Milford Street, the facility includes a redesigned playground and shared parking with the adjacent VFW.

Approved by Upton Voters:

Town Meeting  5/8/2021

Town Election  5/11/2021

First Concrete Poured

Jan 18, 2022

The excavation on the west side is complete and the first concrete was poured on Jan 13.

By Jan 18, more framing is installed with rebar ready for concrete on the north west corner near Milford Street.

More foundations are laid along the south and east sides, while excavation work continues.

Clearing of the lower nature playground area has begun with earth being removed.  The shape of the new playground is visible, but the area is not yet leveled.

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Jan 13, first concrete poured for the west wall foundations.

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Jan 18, wall base for the north west side, where the mechanical and utility rooms will be located.

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Jan 18, excavation of the south and east sides.

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Jan 18, lower end of the playground which will be the future site of a grass nature play area with embankment slides.