FRSA Building Update - April 2020

Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 8:00AM

When I rolled up onsite early one morning recently, I was surprised to find the parking lot full. As is my normal routine, I meet with the superintendent, Art, to get an update for the day. He informed me that there were several trades working onsite, including our roofer, Matthew Leonard, Architectural Sheet Metal Inc., who was there with a full crew installing the APOC and Eagle Roofing Products underlayment and roll forming the PAC-CLAD metal.

The contractor site developer was also there, working on the plumbing and irrigation to the building. The air conditioning contractor was unloading and installing the air conditioning duct work and carpenters were adding the metal framing to the inside of the building for drywall. On the outside, the framers were installing the wood members for the soffits and completing the framing for stucco. Read more

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