These pictures, based on photos taken by Paul Slycord and Weitz Corporation, show interior construction within the new part of the Science Building.
Click on any picture for the original, larger version.
|Roof (Fourth Floor)||Greenhouse||Third Floor||Existing Roof||Courtyard Area||Basement||Mystery|
Roof – northwest corner
Roof, looking eastwards towards the library
Roof above computer science
Greenhouse floor: the first layer of waterproofing is in place between the bases for individual rooms; the head house is at the far (east) side
A second picture of the greenhouse floor area
Looking across the library mezzanine on the third floor.
From the third floor, looking north at the Campus Center
Looking northwest from the third floor toward the Campus Center.
Looking north from the third floor toward the Campus Center.
Third-floor spaces for computer science research labs and offices
Stairway to the roof in the northwest part of the building.
Existing roof over Science Division Office
Construction of curbs for units to be placed on the existing roof
Existing roof over Science Division Office serves as a staging area for work on ventilation systems
The enclosure for the air handler unit above the Science Division Office
Looking northward over the courtyard along the second-floor roof
Looking to the northeast into courtyard from roof
Looking eastward, along the second-floor roof toward the greenhouse area
The yellow, stripped "Headache Ball" of the tower crane may be seen against the background of the roof at the back of the courtyard — in the upper center of the picture.
Formal Definition from OSHA: "Headache ball means a weighted hood that is used to attach loads to the hoist load line of the crans."]
The basement corridor along the mechanical room.
Can you guess where this is located and what work this supports?
created 21 July 2006|
last revised 25 July 2006
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