Wall Work

All but the walls are being overhauled at the Surrey Association for Community Living's headquarters.

The Cloverdale headquarters of the Surrey Association for Community Living are getting a major overhaul.

The head office of the Surrey Association for Community Living at 17687 56 A Ave., built in 1974, is in the midst of major renovations.

Most of the building has been demolished – except for three exterior walls – and gutted. The overhaul will include new electrical and mechanical systems, an elevator, seismic upgrades, skylights and a new roof.

The project is expected to be complete by the end of the year, according to Trilogy Homes Ltd., which is carrying out the project.

Meantime, the SACL has moved to 5748-176 St., sharing digs with the Cloverdale BIA and Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, both former tenants of the SACL.

The association offers a range of support programs and services for people with special needs.

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