Published: July 25, 2008
Construction at the Thomas Nelson Community College Historic Triangle campus located at 4601 Opportunity Way continues to move at a steady place. On Tuesday, July 29, at 8:00 a.m. W.M. Jordan contractors will raise the building’s cupola which will crown the College’s first and largest permanent building in its new campus. The cupola is the highest point on the building and will be visible from well off campus. It has been incorporated into the design of the building to capture the character of traditional early American architecture.
Update: Initial priming of the drywall has begun on the third floor of the East wing and will continue to the lower floors throughout the next few weeks. The Mechanical, plumbing and electrical sub-contractors have moved to begin installation of equipment in the west wing on all 3 floors. The roof is over 50% completed with the cupola roof being completed on the ground. The completed section of the cupola is scheduled to be set in place at the peak of the roof next Tuesday, July 29th. The exterior is over 80% complete with composite panels being completed on both the East and West sections of the building over the next couple of weeks.
The target date for completion of the building is April 2009.
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