Epping takes bids on repairing Watson Academy
The 130-year-old building on Academy Avenue has been closed since a 4.0 earthquake struck New Hampshire last October.
The figures are much less than the $200,000 to $300,000 estimates suggested in a report by an engineering firm hired by the town to inspect the building shortly after the quake.
Town officials have insisted that the earthquake caused some structural damage to the aging building. Engineers who inspected the building concurred.
Dodge said he hasn’t disclosed how LGC may help, but it will likely be discussed at Monday’s selectmen’s meeting.
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