Cranes are big news to those of us who don’t work near or with them regularly. The visit to CMC this week of such a machine probably should have occasioned a kindergarten field trip, at least. But so far as I can tell, the crane made a visit on Friday with only the passing traffic on High Street to give its proper due. The crane lifted two metal platform onto the flat roof outside the church library window and the roof above the library. The platform will hold the outdoor HVAC units that heat and cool the rooms on the new north hall–and in its munificence, the crane also hoisted those up.
And fortunately there’s a crane video, thanks to project manager Jack Rutt.
Also this week:
- if you heard the building committee announcement a few weeks ago, you might recall something about a broken sewer pipe, a wastewater treatment facility, and a glass-bottomed boat. That’s fixed.
- In the new restrooms, plumbing fixtures are installed.
- Interior doors are hung and ready for painting. Click here to sign up!
- The old and creaky folding partition that formed one wall of room 109 has been removed, and work on a new wall with pocket doors has started.
This continue to be more or less on schedule for a wrap of this phase of work before Thanksgiving.
Now, with bonus pictures: