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Bonneville Power Administration building new facility at Ross Complex

BPA say $54M structure preferable to $85M in upgrades to 80-year-old buildings

By , Columbian staff writer
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A new Technical Services Building is under construction at the BPA Ross Complex. It's expected to be completed next summer.
A new Technical Services Building is under construction at the BPA Ross Complex. It's expected to be completed next summer. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The cost for upgrading two 80-year-old buildings on the Bonneville Power Administration’s Ross Complex, including its Technical Services Building, would have been upward of $85 million, so the agency decided to build a single large building instead.

It made more financial sense, said Doug Johnson, senior spokesperson for the administration.

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