Friday, August 16, 2013

Hodge Hall: Week 66 -- View from my desk

Lots of lifts on the construction site today.

The crew has been hanging out in the basket lifts around the Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center this week. They've adorned more of the top-floor windows with decorative tile and wrapped other window frames with black weather-proofing material.

The scaffold around the tower at the main entrance at 10th and Fee is steadily making it's way up. Two big sections of limestone on the front elevation are nearly complete, and we thought the limestone work on this side of the building would be several weeks off. It's a nice surprise to get to watch this part of the show sooner than expected.

While there is still quite a bit of work to be done on the front elevation, masons have begun
the limestone facade on the Fee Lane side of the tower.

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