In late April, workers poured the concrete that will form the basis of the Monroe Levin & Cameron McGraw stage in the Leonard Mellman Recital Hall. Of course, it's far from finished, and it will certainly get steps, layers of subflooring and wood to complete the job.
In fact, the entire first floor received a layer of cement shortly after the stage dried.
You'll notice layers of gravel, plastic sheeting and mesh that create a base for the cement to adhere to.
On the second and third floors, you can see that the base looked a bit more complicated because it was built on a platform, rather than the solid ground.
The cement truck that makes all this possible actually pulls up just outside the wall of the building, but a small trolley is used to bring the cement inside.
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