Wednesday, December 14, 2011
What a difference a few weeks can make! The $6 million renovation project has now fully moved from the demolition phase into the building phase. The structural steel beams are in place in the main area of the Student Center. In fact, you can see the framework for the multi-level open space that will make it possible to see below from the WWRM's new DJ booth. Workers are also installing the flooring systems, which will soon lead to more visible changes.
In addition, what is now an opening in the side of the building will soon be transformed with large windows. Some brick is being removed to accommodate the materials.
Construction is also continuing in the back area of the facility, which previously housed the Skeller and other offices and spaces. The concrete floor has been laid and steel beams are also in place.
Construction will continue while the Randolph is closed for winter break.
It is an exciting time to be at Randolph College!