It was another busy week on site, with ongoing interior and exterior work and new site work for the parking lot. To prepare the site, a large pile of dirt first had to be trucked off-site, which happened on Saturday in an unbroken parade of dump trucks. Evergreen continued their work from the previous week installing insulation, vapor barrier, gutters, and downspouts. Likewise, Holsinger continued to frame the interior while mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire sprinklers continued to be roughed in all over the building by a variety of subcontractors. Out in the heat, work on the parking lot started with Northern Engineering laying things out for Dunrite to install the storm sewer tie-ins and grade the area for the parking lot. You can tell from the video that we had a lot of people with a lot of machines all coordinating carefully to get their work done in a shared space. For 18,000 square feet, the building was starting to feel pretty tight!
Most of the time-lapse in this video is roughly 30 minutes of real-time per second of video, but we slowed it down for many portions. YouTube will let you change the playback speed if you want to see things more slowly or quickly. If you’ve got the bandwidth, you can also boost the resolution all the way up to 4K! Just click on the gear icon. If you’re viewing this on a computer, you can enable annotations in the YouTube menu to see who was doing what on which days.