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NAPLES, FLA. — Naples-based CORE Construction Florida has been selected to construct a new museum for the Marco Island Historical Society in Naples worth $2.86 million. The property will encompass a 6,242-square-foot living history hall and an 11,000-square-foot building for exhibits and offices. The property will include a specially designed vault to house the Key Marco Cat, a Calusa Indian wood carving unearthed by Frank Hamilton Cushing in 1895. Delivery of the property is expected in January.

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