The Juneau Arts & Culture Center is getting a new roof.
CBC Construction, based in Sitka, has begun work and expects to have the project complete by May 31.
Use of the facility is expected to continue uninterrupted throughout the re-roofing process, although parking in the JACC lot and parking spaces will be unavailable. People using the JACC should park in the subport parking across Egan Drive or in the parking lot behind the Alaska State Museum.
The JACC serves Juneau as a community cultural center and as a designated emergency shelter in the event of disasters. It most recently served in that capacity when the State Archives building needed to be evacuated due to water damage.
The project is made possible through the efforts of the Assembly and staff, some assistance from the federal stimulus dollars, and the commitment of the community, JAHC staff said.