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WEST GLACIER — The National Park Service has awarded a $4.7 million contract to complete the reconstruction of the Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park by this fall.

Park service officials said Tuesday the final phase will include masonry repairs, a permanent roof and interior finishes. They say the century-old dormitory should be ready for overnight stays again next year.

A wildfire badly damaged the historic wilderness chalet in August 2017. It's being rebuilt on the original site and using the stone walls that were left standing.

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The contractor, Dick Anderson Construction, also won the $4 million contract for the first phase of reconstruction completed last year.

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The work is expected to begin in early July and continue through September

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