Thursday, March 26, 2009
Police station progresses
By SUE WATSON
The renovation of the former Williams Clinic on J.M. Ash Drive into a new police headquarters for Holly Springs is close to 80 percent complete, according to Steve Glazer, project supervisor with CIG Contractors of Corinth, the general contractor.
Work on renovating the building began in mid-October 2008.
Glazer, who thanked police chief Robert Pearson and public works director Don Hollingsworth for their help in making the project run smoothly, said he expects the job to be finished by mid-May.
“I have the utmost respect for the police chief and Don Hollingsworth,” he said.
The project is costing just under $1 million, he said. “Everything is going fine.”
Electricians, heating and air workers, and painters were busy as bees last week in keeping the work running. Co/Ben Electric of Bartlett, Tenn., is subcontractor for the electrical work. Chris Jackson with Co/Ben said he expects the electrical work to be completed in April, depending on how other subcontractors come along with their jobs.
Bryan Mackey and Amanda Stone with K.C. Construction in Fulton were recently taking advantage of the nice weather to paint the exterior portions of the building. The company will be responsible for all painting, both interior and exterior, Mackey said.
Work on construction of West Boundary Extension and on the Frank Swords development on Crescent View Drive off the Holly Springs Commons was also in earnest last week. Good weather has made for progress in dirt moving for construction projects.
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