Springfield working with Boston firm on $450,000 evaluation of long-closed Campanile

The city is working with a Boston firm to help evaluate what repairs are needed now and in the future at the historic, long-deteriorating Campanile tower at Court Square. The approximately $450,000 architectural study includes both an interior and exterior evaluation of the tower, including rigging and roping on the exterior facade to aid the analysis, said Peter Garvey, the city’s director of capital asset construction. Bruner/Cott of Boston is the hired architectural firm.

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