The first phase of the Milwaukee County Courthouse restoration project is complete.
Electrical equipment and power lines have been installed in the building, according to a news release, and the second phase of the project will involve connecting them to the building’s existing infrastructure.
The courthouse is expected to be back to full power in April.
A July 6 fire damaged the building’s electrical system. The restoration project has cost about $17 million so far. Follow @bkevit