Demolition begins for Delafield library, municipal building project

Demolition work began recently for the library and City Hall projects in Delafield.
Demolition is underway on the former City of Delafield fire station, police station, City Hall, and library located at 500 Genesee St. in Delafield.
Crews will complete the demolition process by tearing down the former fire station and City Hall, and portions of the former police station and library over the next three weeks.
Upon completion, construction of the City of Delafield’s new 10,960-square-foot library will begin on the site. Concurrently, renovations of the remaining building portions will be transformed into Delafield’s new City Hall.
When complete in the fall, the new 21,485-square-foot Library/City Hall building will include a 10,960-square-foot library, a 3,854-square-foot City Hall, and 6,671 square feet of shared space.
Demolition of the buildings began after the city’s library and City Hall employees were relocated in December to temporary spaces and the city’s police and fire departments moved into their new stations in the 29,600-square-foot City of Delafield Public Safety Building located at 115 Main St.
Mortenson Construction is the construction manager for the project and the architectural firm is Bray Architects.

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