SHERBORN TOWN HALL
Located in a National Historic Register District, the 1910 building, with its 1950 addition, was originally designed as an elementary school. It had witnessed minimal capital improvements through the years and had never been adapted for its current use as town offices. A comprehensive study was undertaken to explore a full range of approaches to renovations and their corresponding budget implications. In the end, a major renovation was deemed the best value. All building systems were replaced. A new atrium was introduced into the center of the building to provide an organizational and visual focus. Interior spaces were completely re-planned and finishes replaced. Exterior improvements included all new windows and re-pointing. A new elevator and other improvements made the building completely handicapped accessible.