Pogue Construction, the contractor erecting the Prosper Town Hall and Multi-Purpose Building, in conjunction with the Town of Prosper, will conduct a topping off ceremony, including the placement of the framing which will form the cupola of the building at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 27. The ceremony will not include any formal speeches and should conclude no later than 9 a.m.
Mayor Ray Smith and members of the Town Council will add their signatures to the final beam being added to the building’s steel frame. The beam will then be hoisted and put in place.
The site of the new Prosper Town Hall and Multi-Purpose Building, on south Main Street, is between Broadway and First streets in downtown Prosper. The site is approximately a half-mile west of Preston Road and Broadway Street.
The Prosper Town Hall and Multi-Purpose Building is set for an early 2018 opening and will house the Community Library as well as many of the Town’s departments and personnel.
Parking is available curbside around the area, which is an active construction site, and safety personnel will be on hand to ensure that non-construction personnel remain confined to appropriate areas.