OSHKOSH - A new public works facility is coming to Oshkosh.
The city held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new Public Works Field Operations Facility.
The current building was built between 1945 and 1964.
Officials say it's outdated and in need of a makeover.
People could see the project designs and master plan during the groundbreaking.
The project is estimated to cost about $19 million.
Officials say the new building will better serve the public.
"This facility will enable us to be able to be a lot more efficient, we're consolidating a lot of different facilities into one and I think just in general it will be more efficient and better serve the public in the long run,” said City Manager Mark Rohloff.
Officials say they hope to have the project completed by 2015.
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