This week marks a major milestone in the construction of the Museum’s North Wing Addition. Beginning at 5 a.m. on Monday morning, over 40 trucks brought in over 400 cubic yards of concrete to begin pouring the floor of what will be the 26,000 square foot contemporary gallery. The east end of the floor is now in place, and the west end will be poured in early September. Watch the progress.
Learn more about concrete pumping http://blog.cmog.org/2013/05/24/expansion-update-concrete-pump and the steel rebar that had to be put in place before this major pour http://blog.cmog.org/2013/07/11/expansion-update-rebar.
And keep up to date with the North Wing Expansion www.cmog.org/expansion.