Government Technology –– Local and state officials Thursday ceremonially “topped out” the steel frame of a $60 million cybersecurity training center scheduled to open next July.

Workers on the Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center actually put the final steel beam in place, on the highest point of the mid-rise building, Nov. 10. But Thursday’s gathering more formally recognized the progress of the facility, including a barbecue lunch to thank the project’s work crews.

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