SOUTH BEND – A $30 million dollar construction project in Indiana is delayed because of the sequester budget cuts.
$21 million of that $30 million was supposed to be used to fix up South Bend's National Guard Armory on Kemble Avenue.
Now there's no money for the project.
The expansion at the South Bend Armory was set to take place this year.
Not only is the building old, the Indiana National Guard says it’s not as efficient as it could be.
A renovation and addition to the armory could mean new technology, the best resources for units to work with.
"This will delay it, not prevent it from happening in the future," said LTC Cathy Van Bree with the Indiana National Guard.
Federal cuts also mean 1,000 military technicians in Indiana’s National Guard will most likely be furloughed, meaning they'll work only four days a week.