The City of Norfolk decided to replace a 900 sq. ft. wood frame WPA era cemetery office that was far past its useful life. The facility houses historic cemetery records, an administrative staff of three who consult with citizens, and a four man grounds crew. The old building was a single crowded room with four desks pushed together and heated by a kerosene space heater.
"USMGE is to be commended not only for a superior product but also for outstanding customer service and patience."
“The new modular facility allows the City to greatly enhance both the employee working environment and citizen services. Additionally the structure was required to maintain the 'craftsman design elements' of the original structure.”
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