McLeod County Board updated on jail project progress

Work on the interior of McLeod County’s jail project is just about done, the County Board heard at its meeting Tuesday morning.
Sam Lauer of Contegrity, the construction management firm, said that “fire-stopping” walls are being installed and, once they are finished and inspected, contractors can begin painting the interior.
Lauer also reported that one of two elevators is currently being installed.
The new atrium entrance on the southeast corner of the courthouse, near the court administration counter, also has seen significant progress, Lauer said.
“We’re starting to do the Sheetrock,” said Lauer. “Within a week, that area will be looking pretty white. We’ll be taping the Sheetrock soon.
The new bathrooms in the atrium area are being roughed in.
In other business, the County Board:
 

See the full story in the April 19 edition of The McLeod County Chronicle.