Sanders told KHQA he's not concerned about flood slowing down the construction of the new facility. He says if flooding ever began to play a factor, there is plenty of other work that can be done.
"I think we have to, because I look back at last year and they came in and broke ground. Next thing you know we've got 8 feet of water," said Sanders. "And we've had numerous setbacks here throughout the year. Plumbing or damage or whatever it might be, but it never discourages or stops anything we do. So right now everythings on time."
Sanders said all of the roofing has been completed. Decking is going in right now and sod is expected to go in sometime in April.