Demolition work is underway on a Spearfish call center that collapsed under the weight of snow during an early October blizzard.
The work began last week. Local contractor Johner and Sons received the nearly $50,000 bid to salvage any items of value and then raze the 50,000-square-foot building. The work is to wrap up in mid-May.
The 225 Spearfish workers with Iowa-based TMone have been operating out of the city's recreation center since the collapse of the building during the Oct. 4-5 storm, which dumped as much as 4 feet of snow on western South Dakota's Black Hills. No one was in the building when it collapsed, and computer servers were spared.
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