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Latest Construction Photos

Some great shots this week as I was able to walk through the construction site while work was in progress. Our construction team is all over the site – adding electrical conduit for power needs, placing plumbing for the bathrooms, tearing the shingles off of the existing building, and preparing the ground for the rock, sand, and concrete that will soon cover the site of the building. 153 more words

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DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:Week of October 13 , 2014 and October 20, 2014

Demolition activities are ongoing at the Raw Sugar Warehouse. Hand demolition is continuing on the west side of the building along the East River. Mechanical demolition continues on the south and north sides of the building. 55 more words

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Rammed Earth Wall Rises at TLCD Project

One of the most beautiful and ancient wall types used in construction is made from “rammed earth“. These walls are constructed using forms much like a concrete wall is constructed, but are instead filled with multiple layers of soil combined with a small amount of cement. 223 more words


Rain is coming...

Winter is coming… or at least the hope of some Fall rain. At our construction site the roof is just about done. This week we have some photos under the roof to look at different areas of the expansion space. 105 more words

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Sorrel Residences As Of September 16 , 2014


For more details and free site viewing call / text +63-9175655889 11 more words

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DOMINO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:Week of October 6th, 2014

As of September 30th, Havemeyer Park (previously located on Site E) has closed for the season. We are working to find a new home for the Brooklyn Bike Park and North Brooklyn Farms across the street for next summer. 106 more words

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San Lorenzo Library Roof!

What a difference a week makes! Our regular photographer is unavailable, so this week’s pictures were taken from slightly different vantage points. The biggest change this week is the roof, which is nearly complete. 119 more words

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