RAYNHAM TOWN HALL
The Sullivan School is one of the oldest buildings in the Town of Raynham and, as such, its restoration and reuse for a public function garnered considerable support in the community. At the same time, cramped municipal offices were distributed in two separate buildings in town. Combining these factors, a project emerged to convert the Sullivan School into the new Raynham Town Hall. A small two-story addition provide the additional space needed to allow all town offices to be accommodated. Environmentally sensitive site design, including the use of permeable pavers in the parking lot, was employed on this riverfront property to meet the stringent requirements of the Conservation Commission.