Ground Broken on Columbia Environmental Research Center
The U.S. Geological Survey broke ground today as it unveiled the details for a new, state of the art Columbia Environmental Research Center. The project will cost $10.7 million in stimulus dollars and will provide 100 construction jobs. Agency officials say the buildings will be more efficient and will save 200,000 dollars in energy and other costs each year. Work on the research facility should be done next september.
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