The renovations at the Statehouse are now 10 years old, and many lawmakers are wondering when it will come to an end even though they're told it will end in two years.
"2000 or 1999 is when they passed the bills to start the process," said State Senator Jean Schordorf.
"I'd love to see it be over with," said newly inaguarated Governor Sam Brownback. "It's been going on a decade!"
When the project was originally proposed, it was going to cost around $150 million. But ever since it got started, it's now costing a lot more than that.
The renovations called for making more room for offices, building a partking garage and renovating some of the more historical aspects of the building.
The construction company in charge of the project says the reason the project is taking so long is because of the age of the building.
"There's a lot of restoritive stuff that I think will last us another 130 years," said State Representative Marc Rhoades.
"Is it worth it?" asked Senator Schodorf. "I think it is worth it. It's the people's house, other wise it would've been unsafe."