City Council hires contractor for new police station, other buildings | The Calhoun Times

The Calhoun City Council unanimously approved the recommendation of architect Gregg Sims to hire Felker Construction Co. Inc., with a low bid of $4.8 million, to build the new police station, vehicle service building and recreation parks maintenance building at McDaniel Station Road and Recreation Drive.

City Manager Paul Worley said 11 bids from across the state were received for the 2018 Special Purpose, Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) project, and that Felker not only had the lowest bid but also the confidence of the architect.

The project includes a 13,754-square-feet police station, a 5,000-square-feet vehicle service building and a 4,000-square-feet maintenance building for the parks department. Worley said the new buildings will allow the police department to be housed under the same roof for the first time in a long time, will create a dedicated location for working and cleaning city vehicles, will included a dedicated kennel and related

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Mighty Buildings 3D-Printed Homes Points To The Future Of Sustainable Housing

There is a problem with housing in this country. From decades of bad public housing policy to retrofitting the suburbs for sustainability to near consistent affordable housing shortages, we have to start looking at more innovative housing solutions. Not looking to solve all that, but certainly falling somewhere within the mix is Mighty Buildings, an Oakland based company 3D-printing generally affordable homes. All you have to do is find a place to put them.

Which, isn’t too far fetched a concept. People are building apartments in their backyards and from a luxury standpoint, offices or extra rooms in the backyard. Like container homes, 3D printed homes seek to offer a generally affordable alternative to a small, sustainable home created in a non-traditional manner. 3D-printed homes are not a new concept but have mostly been stuck in the conceptual phase until recently.

Mighty Buildings built

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Red Flag Fire Warning Conditions Return; 293 Homes, 272 Commercial Buildings Destroyed; Chance Of Rain Next Weekend

ST. HELENA (CBS SF) — An intense air war was waged on the north edge of the Glass Fire burn zone Saturday, allowing weary firefighters to extend containment of the massive blaze burning in Sonoma and Napa counties to 15 percent before red flag fire conditions settled in for the night.

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Cal Fire Operations Chief Mark Bruton said during his Saturday night briefing that air support was playing a key role on the northern edge of the blaze burning in steep terrain toward Lake County.

“It’s really steep, heavy terrain, we have some control lines in there but we have a bit of a lack of resources to really work in that kind of terrain,” he said. “We used aircraft to really pound it today. We dropped a lot of retardant to help slow the advance of the fire.”

Meanwhile, weather forecasters were keeping on an eye on

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2 LexisNexis buildings up for sale in Miami Twp.



a sign in front of a green field: A CBRE "for sale" sign is posted at an entrance to the LexisNexis campus in Miami Twp. THOAMS GNAU/STAFF


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A CBRE “for sale” sign is posted at an entrance to the LexisNexis campus in Miami Twp. THOAMS GNAU/STAFF

A Lexis Nexis office and data center are for sale off North Springboro Pike in Miami Twp.

Two buildings are for sale by the landlord, campus buildings 1 and 2, a LexisNexis spokeswoman said.

Building 1 is 9333 Springboro Pike, and that lease will transfer to any new owner, she said. Building 2 is 9393 Springboro Pike. Building 2 was vacated previously by LexisNexis and offered for sublease in early 2017.

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From 2017: LexisNexis commitment to Dayton area still strong, officials say

“LexisNexis routinely reviews its real estate and facilities requirements in order to identify what’s needed to optimally support customers and improve business operations,” LexisNexis said. “The landlord of two campus buildings has decided to market them for sale, which does not

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