Pottawatomie County to break ground on law center

By The Mercury

County commissioners will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Pottawatomie County Justice Center from 10-11 a.m. Monday at the construction site at Westmoreland.

Following the groundbreaking, refreshments will be served in the county commissioners’ chambers in the county office building.

The 63,000-square-foot justice center, to be built just north of the current courthouse, will house all Pott County law enforcement functions — jail, sheriff’s office, courtrooms, county attorney and district court offices.

KBS Constructors, Topeka, was awarded the contract as general contractor for the project, submitting a bid of $11,827,731, which included the base bid as well as the alternates of geothermal heating and cooling and a sewage grinder pump.

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