King Hall Construction Chronicles
Posted By Adam Talley, Jan 4, 2010
Our contractor was busy over the holiday break, mounting insulation on the exterior of King Hall, the final step before installing the metal panel systems to finish the exterior; setting up a new transformer and switchgear to provide electricity to the new and existing parts of King Hall; and completing the painted surfaces and hanging drop ceiling grids in many of the offices and classrooms.
Posted By Adam Talley, Nov 30, 2009
Our new building is now essentially weatherized, allowing construction to proceed unabated as the rainy season begins. With the installation of the windows mostly complete, the contractor will soon install metal panel systems to cover the spaces between the windows (these are the space in blue in the image below). Earlier this month, the campus completed the installation of the Arneson See No Evil, Hear No Evil eggheads atop two newly created mounds in Mrak Circle.
The rest of Eggheads, furnishings, and more
Posted By Adam Talley, Oct 27, 2009
Campus has started site work to install Robert Arneson's "See No Evil/Hear No Evil" eggheads on Mrak Circle northeast of the King Hall expansion wing. The eggheads will face one another atop small grassy mounds. The installation is scheduled to be complete before Thanksgiving. The eggheads have been in storage since their removal in spring 2008 to make way for the King Hall expansion.
The rest of Eggheads coming back