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Midco to consolidate Rapid City operations into 1 building

RAPID CITY (AP) -- Internet, cable and telephone provider Midco plans to consolidate its Rapid City offices into a new $3 million building in east Rapid City.

RAPID CITY (AP) - Internet, cable and telephone provider Midco plans to consolidate its Rapid City offices into a new $3 million building in east Rapid City.

The Rapid City Journal reports that construction on the 22,000-square-foot building on Century Road will begin next month with expected completion in the fall.

Midco's customer service center on West Omaha Street will move to the new building, which will include a warehouse, offices, engineering and networking equipment and a small TV production studio. The building will house more than 50 employees.

General Operations Manager Jon Lundgren says it will be the first time that all of Midco's Rapid City operations will be housed in a single location.

Sioux Falls-based Midco serves 330,000 residential and business customers in South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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