Pretty impressive air conditioner in Cruzio’s new data center! We’ll soon be hosting servers in the space, which will be also be fitted out with gigantic UPS and generator units, as well as an FM200 fire suppression system.
Now Cruzio’s new building is more than a skeleton. We’ve got rooms becoming actual rooms, with sheetrock, tape and plaster. It’s exciting to see our floorplan fleshed out and becoming 3-dimensional at last.
We’re impatient to move in, but there’s still another month of work to go. Continue reading →
When the walls in a steel-and-concrete building are framed, it’s silver all around. There aren’t any walls to block the light, so one room shines into another and another. Kind of sad that it has to get filled in.
The demolition is happening fast at the New Sentinel building. That means lots of smashing and crashing. We’re opening up windows and doors to let light into the once-dour printing plant. Today Shane called us over to watch some walls fall down — doorways will replace them.
These are 50-year-old 6″ thick concrete walls full of rebar that have been cut straight through, carefully prepped, and today got pushed over with a tremendous bang! Continue reading →