The state initially proposed renovating Building 3 in 2007, but it took longer than expected to move out the 700 employees who worked there.
The General Services division hasn't set a timeline for the project's start or completion, Holley-Brown said. State officials also haven't decided which agencies will move into Building 3 after the makeover, which will include new conference rooms and a redo of the first-floor marble lobby.
"We're still finalizing plans for the tenant mix," Holley-Brown said.
The building's limestone exterior will be restored, and roof tiles and window glass will be replaced. The project also includes all-new wiring, and a new heating and cooling system.
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