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The '''Guy M. Tate Building''' (formerly the '''Jefferson County Department of Health Building''') is a modern-style 5-story, 138,000 square-foot concrete building at 1400 [[6th Avenue South]] which serves as the headquarters offices of the [[Jefferson County Department of Health]]. It is named for former deputy health officer [[Guy Tate]].
 
The '''Guy M. Tate Building''' (formerly the '''Jefferson County Department of Health Building''') is a modern-style 5-story, 138,000 square-foot concrete building at 1400 [[6th Avenue South]] which serves as the headquarters offices of the [[Jefferson County Department of Health]]. It is named for former deputy health officer [[Guy Tate]].
  
The building was constructed in [[1979]] as a replacement for the 1948 [[Health-Welfare Building]]. It was designed by [[Henry Sprott Long & Associates]] and later remodeled to designs by [[CLJ Associates]]. In [[2011]] the building underwent an $11 million renovation and upgrade to mechanical systems.  
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The building was constructed in [[1979]] as a replacement for the 1948 [[Public Health Building]]. It was designed by [[Henry Sprott Long & Associates]] and later remodeled to designs by [[CLJ Associates]]. In [[2011]] the building underwent an $11 million renovation and upgrade to mechanical systems.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:19, 21 June 2021

Guy M. Tate Building in 2016

The Guy M. Tate Building (formerly the Jefferson County Department of Health Building) is a modern-style 5-story, 138,000 square-foot concrete building at 1400 6th Avenue South which serves as the headquarters offices of the Jefferson County Department of Health. It is named for former deputy health officer Guy Tate.

The building was constructed in 1979 as a replacement for the 1948 Public Health Building. It was designed by Henry Sprott Long & Associates and later remodeled to designs by CLJ Associates. In 2011 the building underwent an $11 million renovation and upgrade to mechanical systems.

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