The Dunn Building is expected to close for the removal of asbestos.
Martinsburg, West Virginia (Mesothelioma Cancer News) – The building that houses several offices of Berkeley County officials is expected to close for the removal of asbestos. As reported by The Journal, commissioners decided to close the Dunn Building for several days during a meeting held Tuesday due to the finding of asbestos around the skylight of the building.
As noted in the report, the removal of asbestos is expected to take place during the replacement of the skylight and the roof of the building. The modifications are part of a construction project that will reportedly total $4.3 million.
Commission President Ron Collins is quoted in the report as stating of the work to be completed, “We will monitor the work daily and when we get the all clear, we will reopen.”
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