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Fixing leaks and turning back old age: Capitol getting specialized face lift

JACKSON, Mississippi – The Mississippi State Capitol building here is getting its first restoration and repair in 30 years, the state Department of Finance & Administration said in announcing the start of the 2-year, $6.9 million project. Work crews are installing massive construction scaffolding that will envelop different parts of the 110- year-old structure over the next two years.  It’s ...

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State buildings to be retrofitted with “smart” electric meters

More than 1,000 state-owned buildings in Mississippi, including those on the campuses of community colleges and state universities, are being retrofitted with “smart” electric meters as part of a $3.75-million grant through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. The Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) allocated $3.75 million in stimulus energy funds to the Mississippi Department of Finance and ...

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Whatever … it takes

Slight upturn in economy has many believing the worst may just be behind By NASH NUNNERY I contributor pnash22@aol.com Most in the industry will admit that there are some serious challenges awaiting construction firms, and the general building trades, in Mississippi and across the nation. Though there has been a slight upturn in the economy, construction companies, to some degree, ...

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