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Precast Concrete - May 2003


Members of the Superintendent’s Advisory Council (SAC) toured the middle school construction site on May 15, 2003. SAC is comprised of representatives from each school’s PTAC. Ken Cote, the Kraus-Anderson project superintendent, provides information to those on the tour.
Members of the Superintendent’s Advisory Council (SAC) toured the middle school construction site on May 15, 2003. SAC is comprised of representatives from each school’s PTAC. Ken Cote, the Kraus-Anderson project superintendent, provides information to those on the tour.
The south-facing side of the academic wing looks over the future main entrance area.
The south-facing side of the academic wing looks over the future main entrance area.
Inside the first floor of the three story-academic wing, the structural steel and masonry form load-bearing walls to support the precast concrete above.
Inside the first floor of the three story-academic wing, the structural steel and masonry form load-bearing walls to support the precast concrete above.
On the west side of the school, the interior corridor walls constructed from burnished block can be seen.
On the west side of the school, the interior corridor walls constructed from burnished block can be seen.
Structural steel, masonry and precast concrete are being erected for the middle school’s three-story academic wing, seen here from the north side.
Structural steel, masonry and precast concrete are being erected for the middle school’s three-story academic wing, seen here from the north side.
Foundation has been poured for the gymnasium, cafetorium, and music and art classroom areas.
Foundation has been poured for the gymnasium, cafetorium, and music and art classroom areas.