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Posted on: December 19th, 2013 by Patrick Serr

At a special town meeting on Saturday, December 14, Scituate voters overwhelmingly approved a $12 million library grant. The money allows the project, which includes renovation to the popular existing library and a new two-story addition, to move forward.

Posted on: November 22nd, 2013 by Patrick Serr

Last Saturday marked the official opening of the new Granby Free Public Library. We were delighted to participate in the event, which included speeches by members of the Select Board and the MBLC, state Representative Ellen Storey and Senator Gale Candaras. There was music, a flag raising by local Boy Scouts and a ribbon cutting featuring our own Natalie Eringros—in short, a fun time for all. Check out more photographs of the event on our Facebook page.

Posted on: October 5th, 2013 by Patrick Serr

Johnson Roberts Associates’ work on the East Campus Commons Servery at Bridgewater State University has been featured in the October issue of High-Profile Monthly. The project was completed this fall and the facility now serves over 3,000 meals to students daily. Check out all of the details here.

Posted on: July 10th, 2013 by Patrick Serr

Construction for the new Dracut Town Hall officially began on July 9 with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the future building. Speakers including State Senator Barry Finegold, Dracut Selectmen Chairwoman Cathy Richardson, and Stewart Roberts commemorated the old Town Hall and described the process of designing and realizing the new structure. Construction is slated to be complete in 2014.

You can see coverage of the event, including video of the ceremony, at the Lowell Sun:

Featured at right: Stewart Roberts, principal of Johnson Roberts Associates.

Posted on: June 13th, 2013 by Patrick Serr

The Dracut Permanent Building Committee voted at their June 5 meeting to award the construction of the new Dracut Town Hall to CTA Construction, of Waltham, MA, following an overwhelming approval of an additional $1.3 million in funds for the project at the June 3 town meeting. Construction is scheduled to begin by early July.