Making Significant Progress on the Building
Construction of the new building is happening in three distinct areas of the site – the north side, the south side, and the gym. On the south portion of the site, structural steel work continues, as well as metal decking for the second floor. On the north portion of the site, the concrete slab has been poured and will have structural steel soon. In the gym, work continues on the footings and foundations, which are nearing completion.
Structural steel work on the south portion of the building is ongoing and can be seen from the street
Upcoming construction activities
Pouring the second floor elevated concrete slab in the south portion of the site
Completing work on the firewall, which separates the existing building from the new building
Beginning construction of the masonry stair wells
Starting structural steel work for the north portion of the building in the upcoming weeks
Crews are making significant progress on the building’s structural steel and metal decking on the south side
For additional information or questions, visit the MMSD construction page.
Did you know?
Structural steel is one of the most widely used building materials in the construction industry because it’s strong, durable, cost-effective, and 100% recyclable. In fact, structural steel is one of the most reused materials in the world and can be recycled over and over with no loss in its physical properties.
Masonry workers continue installing the firewall between the existing and the new building
The concrete slab on the north side of the building has been poured
The drone captured a noteworthy “before” image of the Badger Rock construction site prior to this week’s structural steel work.