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MA 9-1-1 services are down statewide, including Somerville. If you have an emergency, call 617-625-1212 to reach the Police, and 617-623-1500 to reach the Fire Department or for Emergency Medical Services. Fire boxes are working and can be pulled for any fire, medical, or police emergency. The fire boxes are red boxes on a pedestal and are located on street corners throughout the City.

About the Capital Projects Division

Capital Projects oversees the construction, reconstruction, renovation, and preventive maintenance of all City-owned buildings which currently consist of 32 facilities and approximately 1.9 million square feet. In all of its work, Capital Projects strives to be efficient and responsive to community needs, to enhance sustainable design and energy efficiency, and to improve safety and accessibility for all users.

This Division works closely with the Mayor's Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD), The Department of Public Works (DPW), and other City departments throughout the planning and design phases to develop plans and specifications that meet the City’s needs. We work closely with contractors to ensure that design specifications are met, established timelines and budgets are adhered to, and that all federal, state and local guidelines are met.

Contact Information
Melissa Woods
Director of Capital Projects

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Phone Number
x
5123
Address

1 Franey Rd.
2nd Floor
Somerville, MA 02145
United States

Employee Directory

Meet the Staff

  • Rob Cassano, Project Manager
  • Ed Nuzzo, Project Manager
  • Deb Mitrano, Project Assistant
  • Ralph Henry, Deputy Director of Capital Projects

ADA Building Projects

ADA Building Projects (PDF)

ADA Building Projects

Programs & Initiatives

Kennedy School Chiller Replacement Project
The City’s Capital Projects Division will be replacing the chiller and overhauling the cooling system at the Kennedy School this spring/fall (2024).
New Somerville High School Building Project
The City of Somerville, using funds obtained locally and through a grant by the MSBA, is building a new high school in place of the old one.
West Branch Library Renovation
The City of Somerville is bringing the beloved, historic West Branch Library into the 21st century.

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