RENOVATIONS FINISHED: Camp Dodge Armory Updated

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The Iowa National Guard hosted a re-dedication ceremony at Camp Dodge Thursday afternoon.

The celebration marked the end of renovations to the Junior F. Miller Armory, a building originally constructed in 1975, that 250 soldier call home.

The renovations included a high-efficiency mechanical system, upgraded fire alarm system, new windows and doors and a renovated kitchen.

A Waukee company designed the $2.8 million project and a Fort Dodge company built it.

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