Construction on the J.C. Penney building in downtown Zanesville is starting to move along brick by brick. The building is being remodled to house county departments. But in order to provide these departments with enough adequate space, the once abandoned building had to be reconstructed. To help take on this major remodeling project some of the work was completed by the city's maintenance department. Although there has been major changes in the building to accomodate the departments, according to county commissioner Dorothy Montgomery the hardest task will be moving all of the public records to the new building. The remodeling project, which is being completed under the estimated cost of 2.9 million, will be finished some time this fall.