As fall begins, Carnegie Library is getting columns as the front porch of the historical building is nearly complete.
The future home of the Young Adult department is having columns installed directly over the finished front steps, Project Manager Jack Sandezer of The Facilities Management Group said.
The front steps themselves have a blue stone border and a herring bone pattern inlay. The design will also be used for a walkway that will be built from the front steps out to Main Street.
Sandezer also said windows for the building have been bid out to a contractor, with measurements being taken in order for the windows to be ordered.
The $1.5 million project, which is located on the corner of W. Main St. and West Ave. in Patchogue Village, is currently set for completion around Jan. 2016.
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