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LEO A DALY - ELIZABETH HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Modifying Detail to Identify Unique Features

2m 47s

Ron Brinkman of LEO A DALY walks us through the remodel and renovation of Elizabeth Hall Elementary School.  He focuses on the primary objectives of adding a secured entry, cafeteria and kitchen expansion, and providing AC cooling throughout the building. He also shows examples of specifications and details of unique features.  

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However, during selective demolition of construction, it became discovered that it was a little bit different of a window system in reality that required a little bit different documentation and means by which we could actually construct and build our system the way we wanted to. In this original design, the thought was to introduce a louver that could mount to the inside face of the existing aluminum jams. In a typical curtain wall assembly, these plates here on the inside and the outside can pop off and then they can custom install new plates, so that was the assumption that we were making.

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LEO A DALY - ELIZABETH HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Duration: 36m