City of Evanston will begin roof and chimney repair work starting July 25 at the Noyes Cultural Arts Center, located at 927 Noyes St. Additionally, renovation work will begin July 29 on Firemen’s Park, located at the intersection of Simpson Street and Maple Avenue.
Noyes Cultural Arts Center
Over the next several months the City of Evanston will be making improvements to the Noyes Cultural Arts Center, located at 927 Noyes Street. The work includes the repair of nine masonry chimneys and the replacement of the roof in its entirety. This project is supported by the City of Evanston’s Capital Improvement Program, which includes improvements to public facilities throughout the community.
The contractor is scheduled to begin the site preparation for the project as early as Thursday, July 25, 2013. The project is expected to be substantially complete by the end of November 2013.
G.A. Johnson & Son, 828 Foster Street, Evanston, Illinois 60201. 847/869-5905.
Sean Ciolek, RA, NCARB, Architect /Project Manager, Public Works Department, Infrastructure and Engineering, 847/448-8181 or 3-1-1.
Stefanie Levine, RLA, Senior Project Manager, Public Works Department, Infrastructure and Engineering, 847/448-8043 or 3-1-1.
Over the next few months, the City of Evanston will be renovating Firemen’s Park, which is located at the intersection of Simpson Street and Maple Avenue. The project involves renovations to playground equipment and surfacing, site furnishings, new lighting, a new drinking fountain, drainage systems, fencing, curbing, pavements and landscaping. This project is part of the city’s Capital Improvement Program which includes renovations to parks throughout the community.
Construction is scheduled to begin the week of July 29, 2013. The project is expected to be substantially complete by October 18, 2013. Construction zone daytime NO PARKING restrictions will be intermittent throughout the duration of the project; evening and night time parking (5:00pm to 7:00am) will always be available. We thank you in advance for your patience as these necessary public infrastructure improvements are completed.