Warner Robins LEC construction to be finished by Jan. 31

chwright@macon.comDecember 10, 2012 

WARNER ROBINS -- The construction of the Warner Robins law enforcement center is on target to be finished by Jan. 31, though it won’t be the last of the work at the site.

“We are tasked with the building,” clarified Gary Lee, executive director of the Redevelopment Agency.

A representative from International City Builders gave an update to the Redevelopment Agency board at Monday’s regular meeting. Mark Greenfield, of ICB, said the final pieces for construction inside and outside the building will be complete by the deadline.

Some landscaping and all of the furniture installation will happen later, but Lee explained those were never part of the deadline anyway.

Board member Bill Douglas pressed for a financial update on project costs, hoping to make sure the project budget could pay for furniture. Lee said a presentation will be ready at the next meeting, Jan. 14.

He said furniture alone is estimated to cost about $350,000. There are additional needs, such as a filing system, that may have to be funded later.

To contact writer Christina M. Wright, call 256-9685.

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