“Most of the rooms are in; the drywall is in. And the lockers for the Police Department are in as well,” Cox said. In addition to combining all town offices in the new building and relocating the Police Department to more spacious quarters, the building will serve as the home to the Board of Education. The town has allocated $18.9 million for the project. Construction is continuing apace and is expected to be completed by the end of February. “It should be ready to be turned over to us by March 1,” Cox said.