Happy the snow is gone and the wintery months are almost behind us?
Even through last week’s blizzard conditions, the Carnegie Library maintains a regal look as its restoration continues.
Patchogue-Medford Library visited the building on February 15th to take a few fresh and snowy pictures of the building, which is set to become the new home of the Young Adult department.
Jack Sandezer, the project manager at The Facilities Management Group (TFMG), said that the heating and ventilation systems have been mostly roughed in, and the installation of windows custom designed to match the building’s original windows is coming very soon.
“The fire sprinkler and window installation should start in about two weeks,” Sandezer said.
The ongoing $1.5 million project will see the building transform back into a library located at the corner of W. Main Street and West Avenue in Patchogue Village. Anyone can donate toward the restoration of the building by clicking this link for more information.
Check out more photos of the Carnegie Library in the snow below:
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