After more than two years of construction, the Legislature’s dome will be unveiled Monday night.
Public activities are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., which a showcase on the project in the Cumberland Gallery.
Steve Bata, the building manager at the legislature says he’s excited for people to see the hard work put into restoring the building.
The original work was scheduled to be completed at the end of December costing $15-million.
However, the budget has grown to upwards of $21 million.
Scaffolding will stay up for a few more weeks as the finishing touches are completed.
Some of the work includes refinishing the dome itself and replacing or restoring the 44 copper decorative pieces that line the dome.
At 8 p.m., Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield and Premier Brad Wall are scheduled to give speeches before the unveiling in front of the building.
The legislative building was originally built in 1912.