By New Scientist article Construction of an existing high-rise office building is continuing to move along, with some major changes under way.
The DCEI, which is responsible for the design and construction of the US Capitol, is in the process of putting a new structure on the site to be used for the building’s new occupants, and has a range of other plans in place to support the project.
The new building is expected to be finished by the end of 2019.
The DCI said that some of the major changes that will be needed to complete the new building include a more modern design, more than 300 new floor-to-ceiling windows, and new plumbing and electrical systems.
There will also be a new entrance into the building, which will allow people to use the new facilities for meetings, workshops and events.
Other changes include a new lobby area and a new entryway for visitors to the building.
The building is scheduled to be complete by the summer of 2021.
A lot of work is still to be done in order to make sure the building can be constructed on a new site, but the work is going ahead, according DCI Commissioner Robert Farr.
“We’re moving forward and we’re doing some work now on the building,” he said.
“I think this is a really good example of how the DCEIs processes work.”
Mr Farr said that DCI is continuing the process that it had started in 2017, with the construction of a new building.
He said that the work in the area around the new entrance has been going well and the new interior has been put in place.
“The new interior is in place, and we’ll be able to open up to the public later this year,” he added.
The work in this area is ongoing, and DCI plans to finish up the project this summer, he added, adding that there is a lot of time for the interior work.