Atrium update: Glass being installed ahead of schedule

When completed, the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson atrium will have windows that can be opened to allow for ventilation.

Work continues on the atrium project on the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus. Here’s the latest from project manager Gary Larson:

“We actually started installing the glass a day or two sooner than we had originally scheduled.  However with the weather yesterday, the cold today and Christmas next week not much work will be happening for a few days.”

The photo above from Larson shows much of the glass installed. “As you look at the picture,” he writes, “you will notice some of the windows missing in the bottom row facing the garden.  When these are installed, they will be windows that will actually open to allow for ventilation similar to the way a traditional greenhouse operates.”

The project is scheduled to be completed in February — weather permitting, of course.

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