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Our new construction pond and looking ahead to 2015

There hasn’t been a whole lot of news to report about the library expansion this month. Rain has repeatedly caused us to push back the date for pouring concrete and for sealing the roof. 281 more words


DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:Week of December 8th, 2014 and December 15, 2014

Mechanical demolition of the Building 16 tower has been completed. Demolition is currently paused at the Boiler House while asbestos abatement activities are underway inside the stacks. 26 more words

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DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:Week of November 24th, 2014 and December 1, 2014

Sorting, grading, and cleaning activities are ongoing at the Raw Sugar Warehouse. Mechanical demolition of the Boiler House continues – workers were demolishing the building’s exterior bin structure. 23 more words

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All Entrances & Bathrooms Open

We are pleased to announce that all of the entrances and bathrooms are now open and looking beautiful!  Thank you all for your patience!

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New Academic Center at College of Marin Will Create Iconic Identity

The new Academic Center for College of Marin is currently at 60% construction and scheduled for completion in April 2015. Located on the corner of College Avenue and Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Kentfield, this project replaces 3 aging academic buildings and Mexican restaurant formerly located on this prominent corner. 111 more words


DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:Week of November 10th, 2014 and November 17, 2014

Demolition activities concluded at the Raw Sugar Warehouse and Sorting, grading, and cleaning activities are ongoing at the Raw Sugar Warehouse.The structural steel frame along the East River remains to be used for the construction of an elevated public park. 74 more words

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Building in the rain - and some upcoming programs

With the weather shifting and rain finally in the forecast and on the ground, our construction team is still hard at work getting the roof covered and the ground prepared for concrete. 224 more words