Protective services project underway

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

SPRUCE GROVE EXAMINER. The first piece of the new protective services building is in place.

Representatives from Jen-Col Construction invited Mayor Stuart Houston to put the historic building’s first column in place on June 18. Nearly two years after the project received approval, council was excited to see the first pieces fall into place.

“This is the largest single capital project we have ever undertaken, and we’re excited about building on the future of Spruce Grove. I know the people of protective services have waited a long time for this building, and the City has put in a lot of work to ensure it opens on time,” said Houston.

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