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Preservation commission improving McCollum Hall

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  • | 1:00 p.m. April 30, 2010
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The city of Fort Myers Historic Preservation Commission voted to approve repairs to stabilize the building and a new roof for historic McCollum Hall.

Phase I of the project calls for repairs to severely deteriorated structural components of the building and the replacement of the lower and upper roof. The work plan, which was developed by Graef Engineering and Clemmons Architecture, also includes a major alteration to the roof's configuration, a move intended to make the second floor more attractive as a reception hall and special events venue.



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