Here's what's been happening this week on our construction project here at Hale Kula.
|This is a view of the special education classroom adjoining J4. Students will have opportunities to learn life skills in addition to academics and social skills.|
|This is what the railings will look like for the second floor of the classroom building. As soon as the furniture is delivered to the classrooms on the second floor, workers can install these railings.|
|Do you know what this is? It feels similar to the drink holders from McDonalds. This system is called grasscrete paving and is favored as a sustainability model.|
|A close-up - notice the rebars in-between. After concrete is poured to cover the whole area, workers will punch a hole in each of those shapes, fill them with soil, and plant grass in each hole.|
|On Thursday, workers poured concrete for the fire lane.|
|Concrete paving is done; the next step is to poke holes in all those pavers.|
|We went on a second floor walkthrough and created a punch list of items that need to be fixed. I took this photo of the library media/student center. Workers are preparing to pour the footings so they can start the CMU walls for the second floor.|