Michael Jordan Collision Center Timelapse 2016-04-01 from Eddie Gontram on Vimeo.
Two months to go at the Michael Jordan Collision Center project in Durham, NC.
ADA Entrance ramp and wall
Panoramic of Upper Level
Panoramic of Lower Level
Wash bay slab poured
Wall framing and sheetrock installation underway
LED pendant light fixtures ready for installation
The interior concrete work is now complete, allowing metal stud framing for the customer and office portion of the project to begin. The 30-foot high stud walls were the first to be installed.
New high windows along the south side of the building were framed and trimmed out.
The wash bays on the Upper Level were poured, allowing for the masonry wing walls to be installed in a week or so.
The front entrance canopy and ADA ramp were poured.
LED high bay lighting has begun in the Lower Level.
Next week, more exciting work continues as the paint booths are delivered and installed, and the 2,000-gallon oil-sand separator will be installed below the front parking lot. Structural steel for the new canopy entrance area is also due early next week.
This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.
Ten Penny Construction and Gontram Architecture have (again) teamed up to sponsor a FREE NCAA Pool this March.
Brackets coming 8:00 PM, March 15th!
To subscribe to the NCAA Pool, click HERE. We will send you a special invitation when it is time to make your picks!
A March Tradition, the Gontram Architecture Pool is a FREE pool, open to (almost) anyone, with great prizes for the winners (and some losers).
IT’S FREE! It doesn’t cost a penny to play! That way, we don’t have a problem with the authorities, no one gets arrested, and everyone has a great time!
As always, there are lots of great prizes!
In March, our online bracket will be available immediately after the pairings are announced on Selection Sunday. Completed brackets are due by 11:00 AM EDT, Thursday, March 19th.
Framing is underway in the basement of the North Carolina Retail Merchants Association building in downtown Raleigh, NC.
Ten Penny Construction and Gontram Architecture are reconfiguring some office space to make it more usable. This project is on the heels of another project that completely renovated the 1st and 2nd floors of this 1925 building.