WILTON, Conn. -- The Comstock Community Center is almost ready to open, with just few a minor details left, but they won't be able to be undertaken until the spring, according to the Wilton Bulletin.
The center has been under renovation for more than a year. Building improvements to date include a new HVAC unit ventilators have been installed, including in the gym and an upgrade to the senior center; the oil-fired boiler was replaced with two new gas boilers; a new electrical system; an inverter system; the installation of a sprinkler-based fire protection system; an upgraded fire alarm system, and the building-wide abatement of hazardous materials, like asbestos, said the Wilton Bulletin.
Other improvements include new lighting, ceilings, windows, tables and chairs and floors and the addition of a multi-purpose room in the West Wing, among other items, the Wilton Bulletin reported. The East wing will have new ceilings and lighting once the project is complete, in addition to an upgraded elevator and senior center, and most importantly, a new handicapped-accessible bathroom downstairs. And lastly, the front entrance to the center is completely new along with the sidewalk, lobby, waiting room, new doors and lighting and a canopy, the Wilton Bulletin said.
A grand opening will be held sometime in May, added the Wilton Bulletin.
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