Virginia Beach, Va., officials have approved the renovation of the building where a city engineer’s May 31, 2019 shooting rampage left 12 people dead, including 11 public works and pubilc utilities employees and a local contractor.

The municipal complex building, which has been closed since the incident, in which the shooter also died, will be refurbished for the city’s police department as part of an $83 million multi-facility renovation program.

Following the scheduled 2021 completion of a new city hall being constructed as a separate project, a second building will be renovated to consolidate planning and public utilities functions, while a third will house offices for public works and information technology.

Plans call for those buildings to be ready by 2024.