The Museum's big move to Vineyard Haven is now underway with construction slated to begin in early 2017. As design lead, OEA is playing a central role. A great new article in the Winter-Spring edition of the Martha's Vineyard Magazine charts the ongoing transformation. Click here to read it.
OEA's public library for the Town of Eastham officially opened to the public yesterday (November 15th). Early reviews from local residents are fantastic. Click here to see the recent article in the Cape Cod Times.
At the October 18th Town Meeting, Dartmouth voters approved the schematic design for a branch library and provided authorization to apply for a construction grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Click here to see the recent article in SouthCoastToday
We had a great office outing today to see construction progress on our public libraries for the towns of Scituate and Eastham. Scituate is scheduled for completion at the end of the year. Eastham will be finished in about a month.
Exterior framing is near completion and roof installation is in progress. The glulams are all in place, revealing the scale of the main reading space.
Held on September 1st, the successful groundbreaking event formally kicked off the construction process for the 32,000 square foot, two-story library's renovation-expansion. For a local report on the groundbreaking ceremony, click here.
After a slow start due to a long winter, steel finally arrives at Eastham. Once all of the structural steel is in place, framing will begin at the lower level.