Maybe you have noticed it across from the main gate of Robins Air Force Base.
The brand new Warner Robins Law Enforcement Center is almost complete.
The 42,000-square-foot brick building looks out on Watson Boulevard and Highway 247.
Thursday, Mayor Chuck Shaheen and city council members took a walk through the building to see the work.
Shaheen says there's no furniture inside yet, but he expects police to move-in in about a month.
He says the building is a great improvement over the old police station and enhances the city.
Shaheen said, "It's exciting. You gotta remember, this is the biggest building in the history of Warner Robins. 42,000 square feet, $9.5 million, but there wasn't a stone unturned that wasn't done efficiently."
City leaders would not allow our cameras inside the building. Police Chief Brett Evans said showing pictures to the public could pose a future security risk.