The Town Hall Annex in North Babylon is a one-story, former elementary school building, originally constructed in 1960. When the building was transferred to the Town, the former classrooms were turned into municipal office areas to accommodate various Town departments, government functions, and local community groups.
After rigorous interview process, BBS was retained by the Town of Babylon to perform an Existing Conditions Assessment and Feasibility Study to re-configure the existing Town Hall Annex interiors and recommend modifications to the floor layout plan to better suit the evolving needs of the Town. The study also recommended a proper sequence to building renovations and construction phasing, with regards to on-going 24/7 Town functions. A multi-year phased approach was developed to accommodate the funding appropriation process.
Currently in phase E/F of renovations, when completed the project will have included the existing roof replacement, new boilers, HVAC systems and ductwork renovations, window and door replacements, new floors, upgrades to electric, lighting, plumbing, security, communication, and IT/networking systems, compliance with ADA accessibility requirements throughout the Annex building, and additional parking.
- Client: Town of Babylon
- Location: North Babylon, New York
- Completion: 2015 - On-going
- Services: ADA Design, Architectural Design, Asbestos Abatement Design, Code Compliance, Concept Development, Construction Close-Out Services, Construction Contract Administration, Cost Estimating + Budgeting, Electrical Engineering, Existing Conditions + Facility Studies, Fire Protection + Life Safety, Interior Design, IT System + Network Design, Mechanical Engineering, Plumbing Engineering, Pre-Construction Cost Estimating, Pre-Construction Project Scheduling, Project Bidding Assistance, Security System Design