The second phase of construction of a tunnel worth about $ 25 million, which will connect the Capitol of Virginia with the neighboring building, which will house the offices of lawmakers, has begun.
RICHMAND, Virginia (AP) – The second phase of work on the tunnel, worth about $ 25 million, has begun, which will connect the Virginia Capitol with the nearest building, which will house the offices of lawmakers.
Fencing recently rose near the Capitol in Richmond when the project entered the second phase of excavations.
A spokesman for the State Department of General Services says the project has so far gone smoothly and the 600-foot-long tunnel is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2023.
The General Assembly has allocated $ 25 million for the construction of the tunnel in 2020.
A spokesman said the appropriations should cover the cost of the project.
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