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With the structural steel in place, contractors recently finished the last concrete and block work on the first floor of the new Sigma Nu house as well as the elevator and stair towers. And with the sun shining brightly on a unexpectedly cold April Monday morning, crews began the process of framing the second and third stories of the house. The second floor, which serves as the main entry floor from the front of the house facing Greek Village Drive, will include a grand foyer, alumni room, chapter library, kitchen and dining room, a house director apartment, and three student bedrooms. The third floor includes a study room and 16 additional bedrooms. Framing of the house should take three to four weeks and once the house is under roof then the bulk of the construction will start on all the interior building systems.
The house is schedule to open in January 2014.
Construction on the new Sigma Nu fraternity house continued on schedule despite over 4 1/2 inches of rain in February! Contractors worked extra hours and over weekends to excavate the site for the foundation and the first floor of the building. Workers spent the last week of February pouring concrete footers and foundation walls then moved into construction of the interior stairwell and elevator shaft. Over Spring Break, they will install the under-slab plumbing and drainage systems in preparation for pouring the concrete first floor. This will lead into delivery and installation of structural steel to frame out the first floor of the building some time in mid-March. Check out the latest construction photos and let's all hope for some drier weather in March and April so they can stay on schedule for a January 2014 opening!