October 8, 2001The construction crew, September workshoppers and volunteers poured the stairsleading to the second floor of Phase V of the East Crescent Construction.[Photo by: Tomiaki Tamura] Since it was a small quantity pour, the group used the small mixer and carted it up to the formwork by hand.Pictured: Yeonsook bringing buckets of concrete up the stairs.[Photos and text by: Jennifer Thornton] Construction Crew Leader Ray Shong, smooths the concrete into the formwork Habitat Manager David Tollas, and the Construction crew, hosted a barbeque in Phase Five to celebrate the completion of thefirst floor which is the culmination of over a year of hard work by Arcosanti staff, volunteers and workshoppers.Pictured: Aldo fires up the BBQ while people check out the new stairs (back).
August 26, 2009 This report continues from 8/24. Here we see the pour of the heat duct tunnel wall in full swing. The construction crew laid a bridge on the scaffolding to facilitate the workers and equipment during the course of the pouring process. Many people came from different departments to help with the pour. [photo & text: Anna Tran] The mixed concrete was placed into wheelbarrows and buckets and shuttled down to the scaffolding to be poured into the formwork. Here we see the entire work in process. [photo & text: Anna Tran] The crew disassembled the wall forms after the concrete cured. The next section of the wall will be under way with erection of the formwork and we will continue to report on this next week. [photo & text: Anna Tran]
Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, has scheduled three coffee hour events for Monday, Jan. 11, in Norton Shores, Whitehall and Egleston Township, continuing her strong tradition of representing throughout Muskegon County.“Although I work in Lansing, Muskegon County has always been home,” said Rep. Hughes. “I always appreciate representing our community, working together to get a lot done in 2015 and look forward to talking with people throughout the area as we start 2016.”The Jan. 11 coffee hours will take place at:9:30-10:30 a.m. – Toast N’ Jams, 3462 Henry St., Norton Shores11 a.m.-noon – Mr. Quick, 5501 East Apple Ave., Muskegon12:30-1:30 p.m. – Gary’s Restaurant, 906 East Colby St., WhitehallPeople unable to attend the coffee hour events can schedule an appointment or share their thoughts by calling Rep. Hughes’ Lansing office toll-free at 877-633-0331. Rep. Hughes can also be contacted by email at email@example.com or mail at N-1195 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909. Categories: Hughes News,News 18Dec Rep. Hughes schedules January coffee hours across Muskegon County
UK regulator Ofcom has made two new appointments to its content board.Monisha ShahThe media and telecoms watchdog has named Monisha Shah and Jonathan Baker to the board, which provides editorial and content advice and is made up of people who have worked for UK broadcasters including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, S4C and Sky.Both Shah and Baker will serve three-year terms, ending on September 30 2020.Jonathan BakerShah is currently chair of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, a non-executive director of Imagen, a media management technology company, and an Independent director of publishing company Next Mediaworks. She worked at BBC Worldwide for 10 years until 2010.Baker is currently the founding Professor of Journalism at the University of Essex. He was previously editor of the BBC’s main flagship evening news programme and also as BBC World news editor, deputy head of newsgathering and as head of the College of Journalism, responsible for training BBC journalists.