Sigma Nu – NCSU – 024


Progress continues for the Sigma Nu Fraternity House project at North Carolina State University.

Masonry veneer on left side elevation.

Masonry veneer on left side elevation.

After a week of favorable weather, the masonry veneer work is more than halfway complete.  Scaffolding has been partially deconstructed on the left side elevation, giving onlookers a full view of the brick veneer and cast stone detailing.  Light mortar with white sand was used to help give the stone a more monolithic look while giving the brick veneer some punch, and a bit of a historic look.

PME rough-in underway, competing for space.

PME rough-in underway, competing for space.

Inside the building, ductwork, sprinkler piping, water piping and electrical rough-ins all compete for space above ceiling.  That part has taken quite a bit of coordination, but the general contractor (Omega Construction) and their subcontractors have been diligently planning out their routes and clearances while coordinating all trades.

For more information on the project, please check out our Website.

Masonry work on right side elevation well underway.

Masonry work on right side elevation well underway.

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