McCauley Constructors Inc., headquartered in Windsor, is well under way with work on the $3.1-million restoration and renovation of the 1910 Historic Windsor Town Hall.

Formerly known to many as Park School or Park Building, the three-story, 30,000-sq-ft masonry and stone structure is being completely renovated, including adding an elevator and stair core on the south of the building.

HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems are also being completely renovated, and the 1962 Annex portion of the building is being removed. Grants for the project were received from the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office, including a SEP grant of $47,200 for energy efficiency, and a Dept. of Local Affairs Energy & Mineral Impact Grant Program Funds grant of $887,402 for construction.

Of the $3.1-million construction contract, $1.1 million of the work is being performed by local Windsor-based businesses, $1 million has gone to businesses in the surrounding communities of Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, and the remaining $900,000 is going toward materials and work available locally.