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    Gallery: National Guard center in Augusta - Photo by Elise Klysa | of | Share this photo

    Discussing the final phases of construction of the new Maine National Guard Headquarters in Augusta are, left to right, Maj. Norman Stickney, Project Manager Col. Norman Michaud, Chief of Staff Col. Diane Dunn and Owner Representative Beth Mary VanKeuren. The group lead a tour of the new facility on Monday.

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    Construction crews work Monday on completing the exterior of the new National Guard Headquarters in Augusta. Construction is entering the final phases with completion expected in August and occupancy expected in January 2017.

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    Col. Norman Michaud discusses the construction progress of the new National Guard Headquarters in Augusta on Monday. He said the project is nearly 70 percent complete and is on time and on budget.

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    Materials are staged on pallets Monday as construction nears the final phase of completion of the new National Guard Headquarters off Civic Center Drive in Augusta. Shown here is what will be new entrance to the building that will house both staff for both Maine's Air and Army National Guard. They are currently housed in separate quarters at Camp Keyes.

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    Maine National Guard Chief of Staff Col. Diane Dunn, left and Project Manager Col. Norman Michaud stand Monday in the construction site of the future Joint Operations Center in the new National Guard Headquarters in Augusta. The Joint Operations Center is where Air and Army senior National Guard leaders will gather to plan in the event of an emergency.

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