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By Sarah Hale on Feb 26, 2013 in Lincoln County, News

Construction of the Lincoln County Justice Center continues to move forward. The $17 million project is set to be completed in 2013.

Despite the cold and snow the project has made significant headway, said Griffin Johnson, project principal. As of the end of January the project is 35 percent finished. The skeleton of the building is nearly complete. Portions of the building are getting close to being closed in, meaning heat can then be introduced. Thats a good thing this time of year. According to Griffin, several benchmarks on the project have been achieved thus far. They include: completing the rough grading; creating a new site access from Highway 30A; installing footings and foundation; the erection of the precast panels; and completing underground rough- ins for plumbing and electrical.

Other progress on the project includes steel erection, roof deck and membrane installation, rooftop mechanical-unit and skylight installation, and the erection of block walls, Griffin said. Overall, pending the actual duration of winter, the project is on track to be completed before the end of 2013. When the project is finished, the structure will be approximately 50,000 square feet. The building will include the Lincoln County Attorneys Office; Lincoln County Circuit Court; the Lincoln County Sheriffs Office, a dispatch center; Homeland Security and a detention center.

In addition, the facility will also have areas to hold training meetings and will have some dorm facilities, Wolfley said.

We are pleased with the progress so far, said Lincoln County Commissioner Deb Wolfley. It was a little slow getting started because it took us awhile to get all of the permits together. As commissioners we have been out there several times and are glad that the building is on schedule. We are anxious to see it get done. According to Wolfley, the different entities will move into the building as soon as it is completed. They are working on getting fiber out there and IT, Wolfley said. There are always a few hiccups with a project this big. But overall it has been a good project. Lincoln County has a $9 million bond to help finance the project. The county is also using $8 million in reserve funds. We are glad to see it coming together, said Wolfley.

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