Facelift Continues on Ingersoll House

Workers pour concrete for the accesibility ramp on the Ingersoll House on Tuesday, July 17.
Landscaping around the south side of the Ingersoll House has been completed and features a variety of plants, making the entrance to the property more inviting to birds.
Workers pour concrete for the accesibility ramp on the Ingersoll House on Tuesday, July 17.
The front of the Ingersoll House has been filled with two projects this summer. While the major landscaping work along the south edge of the property is complete, the accessibility ramp is in the midst of daily concrete deliveries.

The house, which is home to Knox College President Teresa Amott, has garnered recent attention from the Assistant Editor of The Register-Mail Jay Redfern on his blog Jay Talking.

Right: Workers smooth concrete for the inside wall of the Ingersoll House’s new accessibility ramp on Tuesday, July 17.

Bellow: Concrete is shoveled into the frame for the inside wall of the new accessibility ramp on Tuesday.Workers pour concrete for the accesibility ramp on the Ingersoll House on Tuesday, July 17.

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