Rough electrical is completed. Sheetrock is up and taped. Above is a picture of the main meeting room…below is taken from the supply center and into the staff counter and workspace.
Construction continues as the framing goes up for soffits and partition in the main meeting room. The fire-rated hallway is framed and other walls have been started. New/additional exterior doors have also been installed. (July 31, 2014)
Construction has started at 270 Technology Way! The plumbing drain lines, floor cuts and cement prep work have been completed. 1st inspection passed. This picture shows the current work being done for the HVAC ducting as well as the framing for the soffits in the ceilings. Walls should be going up soon! (July 24, 2014)
Attending Legislative Day not only is a great investment in your business, it also provides you with an opportunity to hear from the state’s most dynamic political leaders and C.A.R.’s Leadership. California Gov. Jerry Brown has been confirmed again as a speaker at Legislative Day 2014 for the third straight year. You won’t want to miss Gov. Brown discuss the link between grassroots legislative involvement and the success of your business. If you’ve never been to Legislative Day, C.A.R. is hosting two “Legislative Day 101” free webinars to provide you with information about Legislative Day, including what to expect on the day of the event. Register for one of the two upcoming webinars: Tuesday, April 22, 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. or Thu, April 24, 11 a.m. – 12 noon
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Rough electrical and data is completed. The walls have been insulated and sheetrocked. Fire sprinklers are mostly complete. Special safety elements within the fire-rated main hallway have been installed. HVAC is about 65% complete. (Sept. 9, 2014)