At Construction Citizen, we’re always interested in exactly how various projects are completed through the hard work of skilled craft professionals. One cool way to observe that is through time lapse videos like the one that was just sent to us from the folks at Work Zone Cam.
In less than 2 minutes, this video shows the construction work done over a roughly two-year period to complete the Fine Arts Instructional Center at Easter Connecticut State University. “Barr & Barr was tasked with building the 118,000-square-foot facility, and chose Work Zone Cam to document the construction,” per a press release from Work Zone Cam. “Ground was broken in December of 2013, and the project concluded in November of 2015.”
This building is going to serve students in the art & art history, music, and theatre programs with a 400-seat auditorium, a 250-seat theater, art gallery space, instructional classrooms, and performance spaces. Students will also have access to state-of-the-art computer labs and design studios to stay current with the modern professional art environment.
Check out the video below.
For more information on Work Zone Cam, check out their website here.