OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Progress is being made in the effort to renovate and restore the Oklahoma State Capitol building.
Officials say they are closing in on another milestone for the project.
According to a tweet by OK Capitol Restoration, crews are replacing the copper roof on the south wing of the building. That part of the project is scheduled for completion in mid-January.
It was a beautiful day on the roof on Friday. The copper roof replacement on the south wing is scheduled for completion in mid-January, weather permitting. pic.twitter.com/wCG5Q2Esv0
— OK Capitol Restoration (@CapitolRestore) December 16, 2019
The north wing’s copper roof was replaced in November.
The $245 million Capitol Restoration Project is expected to wrap up by the end of 2022.