Finishing touches are being put on the new $3.5 million Butte Justice Center and it should have some offices operating there later this month. Cable and phone lines are being installed and flat-screen televisions and “smart boards” – electronic devices that can show maps and chart emergency responder positions and other information – should be in place soon, said Dan Dennehy, the county’s manager of disaster and emergency services. The new building at 3615 Wynne St. will house the Butte district of the Montana Highway Patrol, a driver’s license bureau and will centralize Butte-Silver Bow emergency and disaster services, including training and response efforts. The driver’s license bureau at 3703 Harrison Ave. will close at noon on Thursday and reopen at 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 26, in the new building. Dennehy said his office, in the basement of the Courthouse, could move to the new location by Jan. 20. A grand opening for the new center likely will be held in February, he said.