On the morning of Saturday, January 28, 2012, the Boyden Library in Foxborough, MA broke ground. Designed by LLB Architects, the project includes a new addition and renovation of a 1960s brutalist building by Kilman Hopkins Greeley and Brodie. Collateral for the groundbreaking ceremony included an invitation mailer and program featuring a monotone rendering in the town's navy blue color. The typeface Helvetica was chosen to compliment the existing midcentury building and serif font Georgia was also used for its similar proportions. A reccuring motif in a simple broken line hints at the groundbreaking event. During construction, a job sign will be posted at the site, and the layout of information takes it cue from the vertical windows hanging from the clerestory of the existing building.