Scheduled to begin in December, RJM will install new finishes in the Chambers. The project also includes increasing the size of an adjacent conference room used for City workshops and meetings.
“This portion of City Hall was not upgraded as part of the 2007 City Hall expansion project,” stated Bob Klatt, City of Woodbury park and recreation director who is leading the project for the City. “With the exception of some audio and visual technology enhancements, the Chambers has remained largely untouched since it was constructed in 1990. These improvements are long overdue and are needed to better serve our growing community today and into the future.”
The City plans to add security and make some improvements to the audio, visual and lighting systems as well. In addition to RJM, the project team includes Welsh Architecture.
City of Woodbury Advisory
City Council meetings and workshops, and advisory commission meetings will be temporarily relocated to allow for the remodeling. Meetings will be moved to the first-floor Ash and Birch Conference Rooms of City Hall.
During construction, the South Washington County Telecommunications Commission (SWCTC) will be unable cablecast meetings live on cable Ch. 16 or http://www.swctc.org from the temporary meeting location. However, SWCTC will record the meetings for rebroadcast on cable Ch. 16 and www.swctc.org.
About RJM Construction
RJM Construction has been providing general contracting services since 1981. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., RJM has more than 150 specialized staff members and an annual construction volume of approximately $200 million. RJM delivers on clients’ vision in ground-up construction and interior remodeling from concept to completion. For more information, visit rjmconstruction.com or follow on Twitter @rjmconstruction.