After the final bricks and gravel were in place, a sprinkler wets down the crushed limestone on a new cross-campus walkway between Seymour Union and Cherry Street. Below, the path was already getting heavy use as facilities services staff completed the last section.
A bit of history, below, showing how the underground steam line killed snow in the winter and grass in the summer.
Knox College maintenance staff cleans the carpet in Seymour Union just before the start of fall term 2013.
A Knox College facilities services worker shovels crushed limestone gravel for the new path across campus. Photo by Peter Bailley.
A Knox College grounds staff worker cuts an angle in a brick for the new cross-campus pathway. Photo by Peter Bailley.
Knox College staff electrician marks the location for excavation to repair underground wiring near Seymour Union. Photo by Peter Bailley.
Facilities services staff continued construction of the brick-bordered, crushed limestone path across campus south of Old Main.
Facilities Services staff worker installs a new handicap access sidewalk on South Cherry Street outside Davis Hall at Knox College.
Knox College Facilities Services staff survey elevation to prepare the surface of a new cross-campus pathway south of Old Main.