The story of the restoration work that scaffolding supported at the Bodie Island lighthouse opened our eyes to history – both natural and U.S. – that we hadn’t considered before. First, time seems to take on new meaning, when considering that the Bodie Island light had shined steadily for nearly 140 years. The lighthouse first began operating in 1872, and did so day after day, year after year, until 2011, when restoration began.
With summer well underway, it’s fitting that a nostalgic look back at the family road trip is the focus of a newly released book, Don’t Make Me Pull Over. It’s conveniently well-timed for our summer blog series on notable places to visit. “Notable” for us, I admit, in that each has a scaffolding-related story.
No question that Union Terminal has a huge place in history. As a transportation hub, the terminal welcomed soldiers returning home from World War II, and also served victims of that global conflict, Holocaust survivors seeking a new home in the United States.
Client: Pioneer Cladding and Glazing Location: Columbus, Ohio Job Type: Panel Installation Scaffold Type: Two Tier Swing Stage and 45o Corner Swing Stage Riverside Methodist Hospital was originally founded on June 2, 1892 as the Protestant Hospital. Riverside Methodist Hospital is the largest member hospital in the OhioHealth group. The hospital is not-for-profit hospital […]
Client: Turner/DAG Construction Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Job Type: Multi-Level Dance Floor Scaffold Type: Frame Scaffolding Princeton High was established in 1955 and has its first graduating class in 1959. Princeton High School is located in Sharonville, Ohio and is a public, co-educational high school. The current student enrollment at Princeton High School stands at around […]