Archive for February, 2010

Windows from inside

The last blog showed you around the outside of the building. Today I am going to look at the same windows from the other side. What a change it is from seeing the building with the opaque plastic to clear glass. If you click on the pictures, you can actually see some of the houses […]

February 24, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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I gave you a clue in the last blog. If you look at the west side picture, you can see the windows to the left, the adult area, and the windows directly ahead, the teen area. Note the windows are in the adult area and the plastic sheeting is still in the teen area. In […]

February 23, 2010 · sschulte · No Comments
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Back of building

It has been some time since I was able to actually get around the building to get pictures. This is the  adult/teen area or west side and the back or north side . Right now there is plenty of snow and mud! Can you see what else has been happening? I will let you know […]

February 22, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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Brick and stone

Here you have a chance to see how the stone and the brick blend on the building. This is the meeting room side and it is the side you will see first as you come up the driveway to the Eastern Avenue Branch. The section of the wall that has the pink is the exterior […]

February 22, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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Contractor’s update – January

Thanks to Bush Construction, we are showing the pictures they took to show the Library’s Building Committee the progress over the month of December. This is a PDF file: Building and Grounds Update 2-04-10

February 4, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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Building the roof

The roof is seen more from the sky than the ground, but it is one of the more important parts of the building. The roof not only protects the inside of the building from the weather but it also helps to control the amount of heat that is let back into the atmosphere. The butterfly […]

February 2, 2010 · sschulte · 3 Comments
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