ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A proposed Minnesota legislative office building that is being constructed on a tight timeline is headed back to the drawing board.

The Department of Administration said Monday it was canceling a previous selection process for picking a team to build it.

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The company was supposed to be chosen by now. Instead, the goal is to issue new guidelines and pick a builder by late September.

The $90 million building is supposed to go up behind the state Capitol and be done by 2015.

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Officials are under time pressure because the ongoing Capitol renovations will make much of that building a construction zone.

Once completed, the new 154,000-square foot facility will have offices for state senators and their staff.

Department spokesman Curt Yoakum says the cost and timeframe shouldn’t be affected.

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