Sebago Technics was retained as the lead civil engineering consultant to select a site, complete the planning, site design, permitting, building design coordination, cost estimating and construction bidding for a new Public Works Facility in Orono Maine.
Sebago Technics, Inc. was retained by the Town of Orono in 2011 to conduct a programming/spatial study and feasibility assessment to replace an antiquated Public Services Facility. Project work required close coordination with the Town staff, Council and Public to identify a new facility location and conduct the initial planning and budgeting work for the project.
Once the site was selected, Sebago Technics and our design partners completed the full facility design, permitting and project bidding. The facility began construction in March of 2015. This is the first Public Services to integrate a geothermal system for energy efficiency and long-term cost savings. The total project cost is expected to be $5.6 million dollars.