April 26, 2019

Concrete footings for main entrance posts are done.  Rebar placement has started.  Now we see the dimensions of the stormwater pond.  We are still on track to poor the monolithic slab on May 2.

Here’s a panoramic view taken from the contractor’s trailer.

Panoramic view of building site from contractor’s trailer

April 24, 2019

Concrete footings for posts and bollards being poured. Materials for framing are starting to arrive. The stormwater pond is taking shape.

April 19, 2019

Radon system and base covered with plastic under office wing.  West end of office wing formed for concrete.  Essentially all of the under-slab plumbing is done.  We expect the slab to be poured around Thursday, May 2.

April 17, 2019

More work on utilities and under-slab systems.  The requirement for an active radon collection system is new.  We’ll have a fan in the attic that pulls any radon up from under the slab before it can enter the interior of the building.

April 12, 2019

Most of our staff were out for the week at an annual statewide training event. These photos represent progress since the April 5 photo set. Forms continue to go up. Concrete was poured for the south wall today. Plumbing and conduit is being placed before the floor slab is poured.

April 5, 2019

These photos were taken on Saturday, April 6, and represent the end-of-day progress on April 5.  The building outline is taking shape!

Panoramic view from the contractor’s trailer, looking north to south.

Panoramic view from the contractor’s trailer, looking north to south.

April 4, 2019

More work on footings and forms for the foundation today.  We expect to see concrete being poured starting on Tuesday, April 9 (weather permitting).  And the boulder family keeps growing!

April 3, 2019

Significant progress today on forming footings and foundation walls.  We also removed five trees so that we can excavate the required stormwater overflow trench.  And a big boulder joined the boulder family.

This is a 180-degree panoramic view of the building site from the southeast corner of the break room.  As with other pano views, the angles are distorted.  The driveway is coming toward you from the right side, past the contractor’s trailer.

180-degree panoramic view of the building site from the SE corner of the break room

April 2, 2019

The footings are being excavated and formed.

This is a partial panorama from the northeast corner of the building.  The string lines are at 90 degrees; the pano view distorts the angle.

Panorama of the east (left side of photo) and north (right side) of the building, from the northeast corner


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