Construction at the new Swampscott Police Station is in punch list territory -- some last details before marking the job as complete.
The major work is done and the officers are scheduled to move into their Humphrey Street building Aug. 27, the opening pushed back five days to accommodate the schedule of the company moving the dispatch room furniture, said Police Chief Ron Madigan.
The chief and Fire Chief Kevin Breen were at the station Monday afternoon.
Fire alarm inspections are largely completed, the fire chief said.
The building department is set to complete its inspection in the coming days, Chief Madigan said.
The grass out front is lush and bright. The lettered signs that spell POLICE above the entrance are covered with cardboard.
And two of the old-style globe lights that hung outside the Burrill Street station have a new perch at the new station.
The new station will be opened for a public viewing some time after the department moves in, the police chief said.