August 9, 2011
by Betsy Chapman
There is considerable energy at the Farrell Hall construction site. We still have tons of heavy equipment and a few small mountains of dirt and gravel. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will Farrell Hall. But you can start to see the outline of the hole that is being dug for the building. It’s near the former point of the road by Wait Chapel that led out to the Polo/DKE house entrance to campus.
Here’s a picture of the construction site. Not a ton to see yet other than the red clay, but as the months progress we’ll have more interesting shots to show you. Still, it’s progress.
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