A structural engineer will be in Bridgewater in the next few weeks to look at the historic Grange property. Town officials have proposed demolishing the building and constructing a new one. But it's in a historic district and on the National Register of Historic Places. The state Attorney General's Office filed an injunction last month against demolition of the 1850s-era building so an assessment could be done by the Historic Preservation Office. The structure is currently surrounded by a chain-link fence to keep people out, because its condition is a liability. Bridgewater officials have argued that renovating the building would only leave a small percentage of the original building because of the scale of work needed to make it into a useable community space.