Restoration project at Attorney General’s Statehouse Office includes restorative opportunity for prison inmates
Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Monday that workers — including inmates of the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) — have concluded restoration and repair work begun last year to preserve historic features of the Attorney General’s Office in the Indiana Statehouse. The project included restorative painting, refurbished woodwork, doors, door frames and lighting. In addition to historic preservation, the project also included updated electrical wiring and furnishings, among other items. This work occurred amid many other recent renovations and upgrades needed at the Indiana Statehouse and its campus. In planning the restoration of the Attorney General’s Office (SH 219), Attorney General Hill and his staff worked to contain costs as much as possible. Ultimately, the total cost of the project was approximately $335,000.
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