Last week, the real estate division of US Steel moved into its new offices at the Preserve. With many hands involved, we believe the mark was met and will serve our customer well for many years to come.
It seems the letter “P” has take over this week at the Preserve: Porches, Painting and Pergola parking lot. The New Orleans-style building is taking it’s final shape as we add featured porches and wrought iron accents. The back parking lot is coming together with the brick columns that will soon support arches of greenery.
These images show progress leading up to the elevated parking area and pergola as well as the work at the front of the building.
At the top of the steps, this brick facing arch will open to the patio.
Storm system continues (about 75% complete) along with the 100% completion of the grease traps system, shown below.
Other milestones include:
- Transformer pad installed.
- Work beginning on parking lot across the street.
- Concrete poured for parallel parking spaces.
For temperature control and comfort, it’s important that we get the HVAC just right. Here roof top units are being set by crane. HVAC duct work installation on the second floor is near completion, as is refrigeration piping.
- Electrical panel installation is in progress on 2nd floor
- Doors with temporary door panels have been installed at the 1st floor
- Radius Patio concrete slab completed
- Waiting area ceiling is being framed on the 2nd floor