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MORRISTOWN RAIL STATION BUILDING HISTORIC REHABILITATION

Project Scope:

The project will rehabilitate the historic Morristown Train station building.  Work will include the restoration of outside brick surfaces; repair/placement of all exterior windows and doors; restoration of the main entrance canopy; restoration of the interior plaster walls, floor and wall tiles repairs; interior lighting upgrade; and, repair of the existing heating system.

 

The Shelter House building rehabilitation will include restoration of the outside brick surfaces, windows, underground drainage system, and improvements to the pedestrian underpass area. 

 

Project Cost:

Approximately $5,000,000.

 

Schedule:

Anticipated completion – Summer 2011

 

Benefits:

The Morristown Train station is an historic resource in the community as well as an important stop on the Morris and Essex lines.  Its renovation will help preserve both its features and function.