Notes: Army Reserve to Build New Facility in Michigan City

The 88th Reserve Support Command will build a new training facility in Michigan City.

A reserve center is slated to be located on a 16.5-acre former corn and soybean field near Woodland Ave. and Pahs Rd. There are three buildings planned, a 40,000-square-foot army reserve building, an 11,000 square-foot vehicle maintenance shop and a 2,000 square-foot unheated storage building.

It is scheduled to open in September, 2013.

The facility’s architectural firm is RSP Architects of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The project’s construction was awarded to Better Built Construction Services Inc., of Middletown, Ohio for $14.8 million.

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