Harvest Intermediate School from above

Courtesy of Findorff, overviews of the new Harvest Intermediate School, shot by a drone, show how much progress has been made in the construction of the new school building. The elevated deck was recently prepped and poured. After completing some priority masonry walls, the masons have moved over to the first floor and are working on the interior masonry walls. They have also started setting the walls made up of the architecturally exposed white split-faced block, offering a sneak peak of what the finished corridors will look like when complete. Ironworkers have continued installing beams and columns and joists and decking throughout the rest of the school. Geothermal drilling has started with two drill rigs on site, averaging about five to six bore holes a day. The facilities building footings and foundations have been completed. Masons are scheduled to begin working on the exterior walls of the building this week. Electricians and plumbers have continued laying their conduits underground and on roughing in. The drywall contractor is on site doing layout and will begin exterior wall studs this week.

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