Building Futures Update – Roofing!

A trench is dug to replace the main  sanitary pipe underneath the gymnasium.

Building Futures Update: December 7, 2016

It was very exciting to be on the site today and see steel being delivered! This, of course, means that soon new joists will be installed and we will start to see our second floor begin to take shape as well as the lobby & cafeteria in the front of the building. Work continues on the roof in the gymnasium, where the deck has been installed and the roofing material will begin to be placedĀ on Friday. The work on the masonry & steel joists in the pool continues and will be finished before the end of the week, with the roofing material being installed next week.

There are just a few weeks remaining to join the Building Futures Campaign in time to have your name or the name of your business listed on the donor wall in our new lobby. Please consider getting involved today.

We continue to be thankful for our project partners: The Maggiore Companies, Design & Development Solutions, Century Bank, Leslie Saul & Associates and all the subcontractors who are working hard on our behalf. We are especially grateful for the countless donors and volunteers who have made this project a reality for our youth & teens.

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A crane assists with the replacement of steel joists at the roof of the swimming pool.

A trench is dug to replace the main sanitary pipe underneath the gymnasium.

A trench is dug to replace the main sanitary pipe underneath the gymnasium.

This hole, just outside the gamesroom and on the first floor of the addition in the back of the building will house the new elevator.

This hole, just outside the gamesroom and on the first floor of the addition in the back of the building, will house the new elevator.

Interior partition walls are now being built. Above you can see the gymnasium office taking shape.

Interior partition walls are now being built. Above you can see the gymnasium office taking shape.

To learn more about the Building Futures Campaign and how you or your business can get involved please contact Lytta Teta, Director of Development.


About the Club

The James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn is a non-profit organization serving youth in Woburn and surrounding communities.

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