We’ve been in a lull, but things are now picking up… Within the walls of the third floor of Dana Library, there are signs of the vision coming fruition. The bathrooms (pictured) are taking shape. The makings of the huge… Continue Reading
Happy Friday! The outside is really starting to take shape. The stairwell sits inside the tall structure and behind it (not visible) is the elevator shaft. Stay Safe!
This video is a glimpse (from the 2nd floor) to the frame for new glass wall that will enclose the new stairwell and elevator. And if you look close, the new entry door makes an appearance :). Stay safe!
Hey Everyone! Hope you all are safe and well! Check out this video of the current progress. It was recorded from the new third floor landing, which shows the new stairwell (albeit a skeleton) and the elevator shaft (incomplete). The… Continue Reading
Exterior Interior (Third Floor) First, my hope is that all of you are safe and well. Although, we are closed the construction has continued albeit slowly to ensure the safety of the workers. Check out the short progression videos of… Continue Reading
Hi! It has been a little while since our last update. Work is progressing, but the majority of it is unseen; sprinklers, electric wires being run, Spackle on the walls, that sort of thing. The new acoustic ceiling tiles are… Continue Reading
Progress on the addition continues here at Dana, both inside and outside. Inside, the old elevator and stairwell have been completely removed and the holes in the floor have been prepped for concrete. Outside the concrete work has finished, and… Continue Reading
You may have noticed the helicopter like sound and wondered what that was. The concrete has been poured for the addition, and the hole from excavation is being filled in preparation for steel. The helicopter noise is the machine that… Continue Reading
In the upcoming week, the demolition of the former public use elevator will begin. We might experience some noise throughout the week as the demolition of the elevator shaft begins. Most of the construction activities during the next two weeks… Continue Reading