Carpenters Building New City of Eureka Government Center

July 2, 2024|

Image courtesy of Mid-America Carpenters Regional Council 


EUREKA, Mo. –  Members of the Mid-America Carpenters Regional Council are hard at work constructing the $11.5 million facility that will hold the police, courts and city hall under one roof.

Union Carpenters with Integrate Construction Partners, Archimages and TJ Wies are the project team. They began work in January 2024 and anticipate completion by January 2025.

The Michael A. Wiegand Justice Center – named after the city’s police chief – replaces the former (nearly 45 years old) city hall with a 30,000-square-foot government center.


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