White-Spunner Construction is tearing down an old grocery building in D’Iberville, Miss. to make way for a new Walmart. The building first opened as a Kroger store 30 years ago, and has been sitting vacant in the center of town for more than 12 years. Walmart plans to invest about $2.7 million to build a 41,000 square-foot neighborhood grocery that will also include a deli and a pharmacy. The new store will be a smaller version of a Walmart Super Center. According to White-Spunner Construction workers, the Walmart Neighborhood Market is scheduled for completion in about six months.