FRSA Building Update - July 2020

By Lisa Pate, FRSA Executive Director
Sun, Jul 12, 2020

The relay switch for the generator finally arrived and was installed along with electrical panels and the alarm system. Even with the electrical delay, crews were able to find other work to keep busy. 

One day last month, I arrived onsite for my morning update and found seven different trades working around each other, digging irrigation lines for sprinklers, grading dirt for landscaping, masons finishing outside stone work, painters prepping the building and taping windows, plumbers working in the bathrooms, tile installers and a crew installing the base foundation for the flagpole. With rain daily, I was concerned construction on the building would be delayed. Read More.

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