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Sandy Springs hires construction manager for public safety building

Sandy Springs is gearing up to start construction on its new public safety headquarters that will house its police, fire, and municipal courts. Sandy Springs City Council, meeting as the city’s Public Facilities Authority on Sept. 21, approved a $1.45 million bid by Reeves Young to serve as the construction manager for the public safety building project. It will be located at 620 Morgan Falls Road.

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