Address—466 Hay Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301. I guess opening is imminent. By that, I suspect [hope] sometime this month. I will now hold on pictures until I capture cars going in & out of the deck. Stay tuned…
I plan to take 1st of the month [February] photos this Saturday. The burning question remains: “When will this parking deck open?” One can see many finishing touches being applied. There is now a street address; arms are in place to control vehicle movement in & out of the deck; and, glass borders are installed. Some cleanup has happened.
I hope we are close to the bottom two levels opening—maybe in December.
I published my last update on this parking deck’s construction November 6, 2019. Since then there has been a lot of progress, yet much more to be done before it is released for use. The bottom two levels were to have been finished by the end of last month. I do not have a revised use date, nor the number of levels that will be put into use.
I am anticipating this month and the two lower levels. There remains brick work—most on the west side. Windows are being installed on the east side.
Maybe, there will be sufficient progress for a photo update at the end of this week. I continue to capture these shots with my iPhone 11 Pro. Stay tuned for my next photo update…
The deck was built with steel beams extending from this wall to support scaffolding to lay the brick. Following, the beams were removed and the gap filled. See recent articles for details. I think the scaffolding will be removed soon.
Now, I know precisely what the steel girdles were for.
I often wondered why these steel girders were added to the construction as they were. Then, as the brick facade was going up, I concluded they were there to support the scaffolding for the bricklaying. Now, that the north wall is completed, what happens to the girders—they have been removed.