Storm crews installing storm pipe through the basket wall, which when complete will discharge drainage from nearby areas and to the relocated Duhart’s Creek.
Crews finishing up the truck turn around concrete paving; this area will allow full access to the load dock for delivery to the building as it is now completed.
Our crews have placed curb on the North side of the building and in the eastern side of the parking lot including completing almost 3,000 linear feet in one day.
Crews are excavating for the raft foot to support the basket wall. This leg of the wall runs to approximately where the trucks are sitting in the picture. At that point the wall changes to a concrete-covered soil nail wall.
The construction of bridge and wall backfill areas are shown above as crews perform their various assigned tasks.
The blade tower and front entrance is nearing completion. EIFS was finished last week and now the crews are working on the metal studding for the façade and over the entrance area.
The rear and side elevations were finished and the fine grading near completion around the building. There is still a lot of work to be done, but Gastonia takes one more step towards completion each day.