Archive for September, 2012

Sidewalks Being Poured

The driveway entrance on Hill Street is being cleared and graded. The sidewalk along Hill Street has been partially poured and the sidewalk area along North Avenue has been cleared in preparation for being poured. The sidewalks on the interior of the building site are also in progress.

In addition, the interior painting has begun (on the ceiling), a dropped ceiling grid has been installed in the training room, door installation has begun, and selected raised access flooring panels have been cut to accommodate the in-floor electrical and data boxes.


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Siding Complete

The exterior siding is now complete and has been painted a deep forest green (details will be touched up by hand).

Siding installed and painted!

The exterior signage will be placed in two spots on the building for maximum visibility.

Architectural rending showing signage

Another rendering

The exterior glazing on the curved front wall is nearly complete and the interior glazing on the wall separating the staff area from the public area has begun.

Solar panels are being installed to control the natural light entering the building.

Solar Panels

In Addition: The dry wall finishing continues, the restrooms are in progress, the plumbing is ready for pressure test, and the mechanical units for HVAC have been installed.


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Construction Progress

Everything is progressing well – the meeting room walls are being framed in, the plumbing and electrical are roughed in, drywall is being finished off nicely, and exterior siding is largely complete.


Sun shades on the south-facing windows installed for light control and energy efficiency.

Siding installation on north-facing wall largely complete.

Drywall finishing going well.



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Gypsum board is being installed on the interior wall frames. Electrical and plumbing are progressing. Brackets for the solar shades along the curved front wall are being installed. The exterior siding installation is progressing well and the masonry fins are complete.

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