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NCE marks start of Slayton construction project

The Nobles Cooperative Electric Board of Directors on Friday marked the beginning of construction at its Slayton facility. The renovation project aims to replace outdated office spaces with modern work areas and storage facilities crucial for supporting the cooperative's technological advancements and growth.

The Slayton site will serve as the primary office headquarters. The warehouse facility near Worthington will also be retained to ensure lineworkers are strategically located for efficient service to members. The Slayton office update underscores the dedication to investing in long-term strategies to meet member needs. The upgraded facility in Slayton intends to enhance public-staff interactions, prioritize data security, and offer ample space for member and employee gatherings.

The office expansion's design concept and architectural plans were crafted by architects and engineers from WiDSETH in Mankato, Minnesota. The Nobles Cooperative Electric team has awarded bids to many southern and southwest Minnesota contractors, including: B & H Excavating of Slayton, Doom and Cuypers Construction Inc. of Marshall, Mike Loosbrock Electric of Avoca, Musch Construction Inc. of Pipestone, Slayton Building Materials of Slayton, Slayton Plumbing & Heating Inc. of Slayton and Sussner Construction Inc. of Marshall.

The project is expected to be complete in early 2025. Until then, the office staff will remain available at the Worthington location and there will be no interruption of the lineworkers working in both Slayton and Worthington.

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