Construction continues on schedule thanks to the hardworking Balfour Beatty Construction team! This month, the 80-person crew is continuing to make great progress constructing the framing and glass walls for the skylight at the new high school campus at 201 N. Douglas St. The interior will feature a four-story atrium naturally illuminated by a central [...]
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The crew at the campus is making excellent progress as framing for the classrooms has been erected on the second, third, and fourth floors. With demolition now completed, the 110 workers will move forward installing the framing for the impressive atrium, a space that is four stories high. Workers are simultaneously installing structural steel upgrades [...]
Over the past three months there have been major structural and seismic upgrades occurring inside the building at 201 N. Douglas Street. Since March, a team of 50 to 60 workers including plumbers, framers, electricians, and fireproofing contractors have been on site. The building is now taking shape as framers have begun to erect classroom [...]
Progress at the new Wiseburn campus at 201 N. Douglas St. marches on in 2016 as demolition has wrapped up its final stages. Today, the crew poured 100 yards of concrete in preparation for strengthening the foundation of the building. Next week, the crew will begin installing concrete caissons and making steel structural upgrades inside [...]
Today has been an eventful day at 201 N. Douglas St. The removal of 8,200 square-feet of building beginning from the roof to the concrete floor was completed in a single day! Workers also separated the excavated materials into two stacks -- one for construction waste and one to be reused in the new facility. [...]
If you've gone by 201 N. Douglas these past two weeks, you will have noticed that demolition is moving full steam ahead! Workers have been removing the "skin" of the building on the north and east facing sides, as well as dismantling the louvers (vents) and windows. They are removing vast portions of the building (40 feet [...]