The Carnegie Library construction continues into the fall, with the most recent development being the installation of a new wood trim into the back of the building.
The installation is described by Ivan Carrasquillo, Director of FM Services for The Facilities Management Group, as bringing a clean look to the exterior while appearing exactly as it has been before.
Work to restore the historic building, a $1.5 million project, is ongoing with the goal of turning the structure into the new home for Patchogue-Medford Library’s Young Adult department. The building, located on the corner of W. Main St. and West Ave., is currently slated to open around Jan. 2016.
Below are more photos of the installation:
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