The city of Dayton plans to replace the roof of the massive, vacant industrial building it owns at 2333 McCall St. in an attempt to attract a new user to the site.
Assistant City Manager Shelley Dickstein said initial estimates put the roof cost at more than $1 million. The city can use a $750,000 Ohio Job Ready Sites grant to fund part of the project.
Process Equipment Co. of Tipp City planned earlier this year to consolidate its operations at the McCall site, but then backed out. The building was last occupied in 2010.
Dayton City Commission has approved a $60,000 contract with Oregon Group Architects to oversee the roof project. JEREMY P. KELLEY
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