Linn County supervisors acted this morning to keep one major flood-recovery project working and set the groundwork to launch another. Supervisors approved the $11 million bid this morning from Miron Construction of Cedar Rapids and approved a $14.8 million total budget for the Jean Oxley Public Services Center, which will replace the former Administrative Office Building, 930 First St. SW, with a new complex built in and around its gutted shell.
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Latest from the Newsroom On Wednesday, June 22, Miron Construction Co., Inc. welcomed 25 female students to its Neenah headquarters for the sixth annual Build Like a Girl event. The day-long program aims to showcase opportunities for women in the construction industry Read More
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