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A Colorado congressman says the Department of Veterans Affairs should no longer be allowed to supervise large construction projects, CNN reported.
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Work Will Stop Again Without Legislation
(Aurora, CO) U.S. Representative Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) announced today that he will introduce legislation at the start of the 114th Congress in January to increase the $800 million spending cap that Congress placed on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) when it authorized the construction of the Aurora VA Hospital project.
(Aurora, CO) U.S. Representative Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) issued the following statement today in response to an agreement between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the general contractor, Kiewit-Turner (KT), on how to proceed to restart construction on the VA hospital project in Aurora.
(Aurora, CO) U.S. Representative Mike Coffman announced today that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) currently has the resources necessary to complete the troubled VA hospital construction project in Aurora.
“This hospital is half built and we owe it to our veterans to get this done,” said Coffman, a Marine Corps combat veteran.