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New webcam allows residents to watch the progress of the Dudley Square Municipal Office construction

Posted by Patrick Rosso  August 16, 2012 10:56 AM

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As demolition gets underway at the Dudley Square Municipal Office Facility in Roxbury, construction crews are working to keep area residents and curious onlookers informed about the progress with a new live webcam.

The camera will broadcast 24 hours a day all the happenings at the new facility, which will preserve the historic Ferdinand’s Building. The project includes the construction of 150,000-square-feet of administration space for Boston Public Schools and ground-floor retail.

The city broke ground on the $115-million project on the corner of Warren and Washington Streets in early March and work is expected to be completed by 2014.

It is estimated that the building will house nearly 500 BPS employees as well as have program space and community meeting areas.

To read up on the project, click here.

For a copy of the Project Notification Form, click here.

To see the work in progress via the webcam, click here.

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