Tropical Storm Irene ravaged the state office complex in Waterbury. Now, two-and-a-half years later, work is underway to rebuild.
Nineteen buildings were torn down to make way for the $125 million project. A new, 86,000-square-foot Human Services building will be built on higher ground to prevent future flooding. Eventually, 1,200 state employees are expected to come back to work in this complex.
Jay Fayette of PC Construction and Jesse Beck, an architect with Freeman French Freeman, appeared on The :30 to talk about the massive construction project. Watch the video for more.