There were at least 25 workers in the labor crew cleaning at any given time, along with a supervisor and project manager, the story stated.
The total cost of the project was $181,150, including $137,950 for general cleaning and $43,200 for air duct cleaning, the story noted.
According to the story, Munters had until April 20 to finish the project, but because of their dedication and expertise, they were able to finish the project early.
Pam Fosse, Jamestown Civic Center director, said: "We’re hoping it will bring back a sense of normalcy to the city. It’s not difficult to drive down the street and realize the situation we’re in … We’re hoping to give people a break and take their minds off the situation."
It is unknown where the money to pay for the cleaning will come from, but the Civic Center hopes the majority will be funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA), the story added.