Work on new Animal Shelter continues to progress

Liz Marino/Douglas County Sentinel Progress continues to be made on the site of the new Douglas County Animal Shelter. According to Bill Peacock, director of purchasing and animal services, the building is officially "dried in" and within the next two weeks, shingles will be installed and the outside window installation will begin. Also, inside walls will be completed, the HVAC installation will have begun, as well as the security system and inside sprinkler system. He said that the gas line is in place, as well as the permanent power connection. The sewer lift station has been installed and has been air-pressure tested. The exterior carpentry work has begun and will take about three weeks to complete. The furniture and appliance orders are being prepared, Peacock said, and orders will be placed sometime in early December. The completion date for the new animal shelter is anticipated to be late January to mid-February, he said.

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