YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (AP) — An official says work on the $21 million Old Faithful Visitor Center should be mostly done in early July, well ahead of the scheduled Aug. 25 dedication and opening.
Josh Mullaney is the superintendent for contractor Swank Enterprises and for the past two years has been working on the building.
Mullaney says the company will stay to make sure things go smoothly when exhibits are installed at the center.
He said the project presented unique challenges, including having a geologist on hand to make sure work on the building's foundation didn't disrupt the basin's geysers.
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