A broken pipe on the fifth floor of the new James F. Battin Courthouse has caused proceedings to be shuffled around for the remainder of the week. A broken pipe, discovered Tuesday morning, has leaked down through the fifth and down to the fourth and third floors, said Sally Mayberry, a spo…
Bidder 3, who offered $3.275 million in the online auction of the old James F. Battin Federal Building in downtown Billings, paid 10 percent of the sales price by Monday’s deadline as required.
Billings recently celebrated the addition of a new Department of Interior building downtown at 2021 Fourth Ave. N. Sally Mayberry, regional public affairs officer for the Rocky Mountain Region with the General Services Administration, spoke with Billings Business staff about this project.
Starting sometime in early May, motorists driving on Fourth Avenue North in downtown Billings will want to keep their eyes peeled for a HAWK.
Buyers interested in the former federal courthouse in downtown Billings have until April 23 to submit bids in an online public auction.
The construction of a new federal office building at 2021 Fourth Ave. N. for about 400 Department of Interior employees is going smoothly and is ahead of schedule.
Moving day for five federal agencies into the new $59 million federal courthouse is under way, with three offices already settling into their new quarters.
Architects in Utah have designed a five-story brick building for the new $30 million federal office building to be built under the Rimrocks north of downtown Billings.
Work was scheduled to begin last week on the sister building to the federal courthouse, the $30 million office building on the former Aldrich’s Lumber site at 2021 Fourth Ave. N.
The most sought-after construction contract this year in Billings has been awarded to The Boyer Co. of Salt Lake City, which is working with Jones Construction of Billings and local developer Aaron Sparboe.
The bid to build a new $30 million office building downtown was supposed to be awarded in July, but now the federal General Services Administration said it will pick a winner by the end of August.
It will be at least a month before the public is allowed to see what the new federal courthouse in downtown Billings will look like.