State’s to-do list gets tougher
Making repairs problematic in tight economic times, officials lament
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Later this month, Missouri's Office of Administration expects to award a contract for repairs to the Capitol’s westside stairs.
The scaffolding’s up already around the 105-year-old Supreme Court Building, so workers can repair its cornice.
And later this summer, the court building — which also houses part of the attorney general’s office — will get a new heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
That’s an estimated $2.145 million worth of work in the Capitol complex this year, among just those three projects.
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