It may be raining outside, but work on The Clayton Center window replacement project continues today inside the building as crews work to remove storm windows installed as part of the original renovation of the Center more than 13 years ago.
The project began on March 9 with the delivery of the new windows. Since then, a crew from Muter Construction has been working to replace the crumbling 90-plus-year-old windows in the auditorium and conference center classrooms.
When The Clayton Center was renovated from the former school buildings, the Town worked to preserve the original windows. The current project will upfit the Center with more cost-saving, energy efficient windows, while maintaining the architectural integrity of historic building.
For more detailed information about the project, see coverage by the Clayton News-Star here.