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State to renovate Harriman campus building

$47 million project planned to house 1,400 employees

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After nearly a decade vacant, Building 5 on the Harriman State Office Campus will soon get a $47 million makeover and will house roughly 1,400 state employees by 2015. State officials announced a plan to gut the long-dormant, seven-story structure near the center of the sprawling 330-acre campus so that it can be used to house the Office of General Services’ Business Services Center. The move will bring workers from around the Capital Region to ...

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