by Beth Musgrave, 4.15.16, Kentucky.com
Construction crews have poured concrete for four columns of a three-story underground parking garage on the CentrePointe site in the last few weeks. Work will begin soon on the interior walls of the garage, CentrePointe developers said this week.
Dudley Webb of the Webb Cos., said Hunt Construction crews are now using high-powered spray washers to clean the interior walls of the site that is an entire downtown Lexington city block. Next, crews will prep the walls with a series of treatments — including a substance that looks like a swimming pool liner — so concrete can be poured for the interior walls.
The three-story underground parking garage’s walls are nearly 34 feet tall, Webb said.
The garage will take approximately 8 to 10 months to complete, Webb said.
“Fortunately, spring is the best time of the year to start doing concrete work,” he said.
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