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Pascua Yaqui Starts Justice Center

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T.L. Roof & Associates Construction Co. broke ground on the Pascua Yaqui Multi-Justice Center for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. Designed by Phoenix-based Durrant Architects, the project consists of a two-story, 62,700-sq-ft structure housing office space, courtrooms, holding cells and training rooms for police and justice department functions. The project is scheduled to complete within a year.

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T.L. Roof also completed the addition and renovation project for the Ott Family YMCA in Tucson. The project houses a new 7,200-sq-ft gymnasium, new 1,400-sq-ft lobby addition including a new elevator and stairwell access to the existing lower level and a 975-sq-ft cardio room. In addition, the existing two-level building received extensive interior renovations. The project also includes rainwater harvesting and solar power generation, and was designed by Klimatic Architecture of Tucson.

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