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All right, we’re here at the existing
Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge building.
We’ve been occupying this building approximately
for about 40 years.
As you can see by the façade of the building,
this is the width of the building, and we’re
moving to the Texas-Chenier Complex up the street.
You can see how this building is only a fraction
of what the new one is. As we come into the building...
...this is the entrance vestibule to the complex,
so any visitors that come here pretty much have
to stand in this area and wait for someone from
an office to come and help them out.
Our administrative staff is positioned here in
these two fairly small offices for the amount
of work that they do produce.
A new building’s going to be great for Anahuac,
actually for the entire Texas-Chenier Complex.
This is bringing together all of the resources
that we had as far as bringing our team together...
and at the same time it helps in promotion,
who we are here, with the town of Anahuac.
Chambers County donated the site to
U.S. Fish and Wildlife, that is the reason we
are where we’re at. It’s a beautiful site,
there’s many pine trees all around us, part of
the work’s going to be that we have a boardwalk
towards the back of the building.
Beyond just the administrative component of our
staff being here, we’re also going to have
visitors coming here. We’re going to have an
exhibit area where they can come by and visit
and get to know the U.S. Fish and Wildlife (Service)
and the National Wildlife Refuge better.
Title: Texas Chenier Dedication
Video provides a tour of the new headquarters at Texas Chenier complex.
Location: TX, USA
Date Taken: 5/13/2011
Video Producer: Christine Meawad , U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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