Building Progress, May 22, 2009

All photos by Brad Elliott
  • Crews remove the grass from Carr Field to reposition the baseball diamond
  • New walls and columns reach out from the basement of Winter Hall
  • Workers prepare the walls of the Winter Hall basement for shotcrete
  • Crews tie the rebar cages together that will anchor the Adams Center
  • The west end of the Adams Center tucks nicely in between the library and Whittier Science buildings
  • The formal garden is visible beyond the east end of the Adams Center
  • A huge truck pumps concrete into the Adams Centerâs rebar walls and columns
  • Workers waterproof and prepare the Adams Center walls for shotcrete
  • The rebar columns will be filed with concrete to support the three level Adams Center
  • Workers keep the concrete flowing during an all-day pour at Adams Center
  • A worker on a rebar support column at the Adams Center uses the black hose to guide the concrete into place
  • A large pump truck below Voskuyl Library delivers concrete to workers below at the western end of Adams Center
  • Crews have poured a new foundation for Clark F, which housed Resident Director Mark McCormick and his family before being destroyed in the Tea Fire
  • After clearing away charred debris, workers poured new slabs on top of existing foundations for the 14 Las Barrancas homes gutted by the Tea Fire
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