Posted September 23, 2018 06:14:38Keralis, Texas, September 21, 2018 — Kerals office building that was once home to a construction company is now a prefab office complex that will be used to house offices for the company.
In a press release sent today, Keral’s Construction Company announced the building will be demolished and replaced with offices that will house office workers.
The project is being done to save money in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, and is expected to cost $25 million.
“The Kerali office building will have the capacity to house the staff of one full-time employee and is designed to be highly efficient,” the statement said.
“The Karynas construction firm has been contracted by the city of Keralas to undertake a project in conjunction with a private company, and the construction will begin in the next few weeks.
During construction, Karyas will be working closely with the City of Kiongus to ensure the office building is efficient, safe, and provides quality work for the residents of Karyn’s neighborhood.
The Karyn Construction Group is working with Keral and the City to address the issues associated with Hurricane Harvey.
For more information on the project, visit www.keralisofficebuilding.com.
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