College Station staff members are one step closer to moving into a new city hall following a topping-out ceremony Thursday.
The building’s final steel beam, which will be welded into place in the coming days, was signed by dozens of people, including former mayors, council members, city staff and representatives from CORE Construction and Kirksey Architecture, which are firms working on the project.
The upcoming three-story, 79,923-square-foot city hall will feature elements meant to be reminiscent of a train station to reflect the city’s history. The building will have staff offices as well as meeting space for the public and will feature a plaza in front for events. The new facility will be behind the existing one on Texas Avenue and is scheduled to open in 2022.
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