Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Time Lapse 30 Days of Construction

Lots of rain the last month but construction continues to move along. The structure so far consists of the elevator shaft and the portion designated as a force 3 tornado shelter which consists of  the study hall and one religion classroom. The day after this video was completed a load of steal arrived and was unloaded so expect some major progress coming soon.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Time Lapse Construction Video #2

Video #2
July 8, 2016 -August 15, 2016

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Walls Sprout as Elevator Shaft Rises

More Photos:  Elevator Shaft Rises - 1st Walls Go Up
Construction is now well underway. The elevator shaft & interior walls on the north side classrooms and study hall are under construction and additional footings are steadily being completed moving toward the east.

To help give you perspective here are 2 diagrams.

The first is a satellite image with the outline of the building superimposed.  The main entrance lines up with the DJ Sokol Chapel and the south entrance to the science and math wing lines up with the south door dorm entrance.

This 2nd Diagram is a blue print indicating the location of current construction highlighted in yellow.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Excavation: Time Lapse

May 18, 2016 - July 8, 2016

Monday, July 25, 2016

Building Progress: In the Ground

The nice smooth building site is transforming into a lumpy mess.  Such is what makes progress!
Green, gray, and black conduit, water, and Sewer lines are now scattered around the building site.

Changes are not particularly visible to the naked eye but anyone who has checked the live videocam regularly have seen steady work.   Most of the progress is "in the ground".  Slowly but surely conduit, water and sewer lines are being laid.  Footings continue to be dug and the first cement blocks are on sight for the construction of the elevator shaft.  More Photos
A ladder pokes up from the bottom of the elevator shaft.
Cement Block and Mortar for the Elevator Shaft

Outside of the fenced construction site a line is being run from the school site that will carry rainwater from the roof to the retention pond below the school near Mount Michael Road.  More Photos

Rainwater Retention Pond