In addition to the information available on this page, three public presentations have been held on February 10, 2022, April 6, 2022 and April 20, 2022. All were recorded and are available on the Pepperell Community Media video on demand site. Here is a link to the April 20th presentation: April 20, 2022 Project Update
There is also information available at https://pepperellproject.com
Architectural renderings of the proposed Public safety facility are being sent to professional cost estimators in late March 2022. Estimates are expected in late-April 2022.
Older versions of the schematic planning:
If you have a question for the Public Building Committee please utilize this online form, please include your contact information as the form doesn't capture your information. You may also contact the Building Committee directly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for the Town of Pepperell Building Department, - for building, plumbing, electrical, permits, try here.
|Joseph LoBuono||Citizen Representative||12/31/2023|
|Lea Gabriela Gavrilov||Citizen Representative||12/31/2023|
|Catherine Lundeen||Chair / Citizen Representative||12/31/2023|
|David Querze||Citizen Representative||
|Taya Dixon||Clerk / Capital Program Committee Representative||12/31/2023|
|Chief Brian Borneman||Fire Department Representative||12/31/2023|
|Chief David Scott||Police Department Representative||12/31/2023|
|David Stairs||Communications Department Representative||12/31/2023|
|Andrew MacLean||Facilities Department Representative||12/31/2023|
The Town is reviewing the conditions of all its buildings and in particular the police station, both fire stations, the DPW Highway facility, the Peter Fitzpatrick School, and Town Hall. There is extensive deferred maintenance in each location and determining whether to repair, renovate, or replace these properties will require effort and advice from across the community.
This committee will be made up of citizens and staff members and will have calendar year, appointments.
If you are interested in serving on the Building Committee please utilize this form to submit your application.
Owner's Project Manager Selection
The Owner's Project Manager (OPM) is critical to a successful construction project. Required under state law for construction projects exceeding $1.5 Million dollars, the OPM provides critical services to support the Town in decision making regarding defining business requirements, site selection, designer selection, contracting, verifying credentials of contractors, etc. Perhaps most importantly, the OPM provides services the town will have difficulty conducting on its own and can therefore keep a project moving efficiently and effectively - saving the community real money in projects of this scale.
- CHA (finalist)
- Dore & Whittier (finalist)
- PMA (finalist)
- Pomroy Associates
- Vertex (selected)
Building Committee Documents
- Project Update February 10, 2022
- Draft Building Committee report v1.0
- Report appendices and photos
- Air Quality at PPD 2014
- Air Quality at PPD 2020
- Police Chief's Blog October 2014
- Gale Engineering PD Roof Report 2019
- Pepperell Safety Complex Renovation estimate 2001
- Pepperell Free Press article on renovation needs 2003
- COM Design & Construction Regulations v2016