Construction is still moving along steadily after 4 more months of work. Insulation, brick and atlantic white cedar siding are being installed on the building exterior. Walls are framed and are being sheathed with plywood and drywall. Installation of HVAC equipment is almost complete. After windows are installed, HVAC systems will be started up to get the building conditioned. Most of the electrical installation has been completed and it won’t be long before paint is going up on the walls. Check out the progress in the photographs below and look for another update soon!
Panoramic view of the rear of the museum.
Workers prepare rebar and plywood for concrete walkway pour.
Workers install plywood sheathing, electrical and HVAC in the largest gallery.
Contractors and engineer talking about construction progress and work still to be completed.
The steps that will connect the front lawn to the main entry plaza of the museum.
Workers installing drywall in one of the galleries.
Brick, insulation and cedar siding installation on the East side of the museum addition.
Concrete walkway that will connect Hillsborough Street to the front of the museum.
Workers smooth the concrete steps being installed in front of the museum.
View of the main lobby from the front doors of the museum addition.
View of the Gregg Museum offices from the end of the hallway on the second floor of the chancellors residence.
View of the rear of the Gregg Museum before cedar siding is installed.
View of the East side of the museum with brick installation finishing up and cedar siding starting to be installed.
Workers installing cedar siding on the exterior of the building.
View of the front entrance to the museum.
Workers measure cedar siding for installation on the exterior of the building.
Workers installing clip system for holding insulation to the exterior of the building.
View of the front of the museum with new atlantic white cedar siding installed on the addition.
View of the offices upstairs in the chancellors residence.
Insulation and metal being installed on the rear of the building.