TNT: Construction for South Sound 911’s new building underway

"On Monday, work began on a $59 million project for South Sound 911’s public safety communications building at the site of the former Puget Sound Hospital.

The project includes a new dispatch and record center on Pacific Avenue for police, fire and EMT agencies, equipment and furnishings and renovating the current center to become a backup dispatch center."

"The consolidation has brought together more than 230 dispatchers, IT and staff from across the county, who work in a building on 35th Street in Tacoma and answer more than 2,600 calls a day."

Read more of Jospehine Peterson's story at The News Tribune.

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