Progress is being made and the details are emerging at the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank building in Verona. The walls are in place, the siding is being installed, and the demolition is complete.
The front office is two stories tall giving space for the entire staff in one location. The aesthetic of the office space is simple but brings a touch of style to the warehouse aesthetic.
The rear warehouse addition will provide space that allows the Food Bank to provide more fresh vegetables to their clients. This impressive structure takes storage high in the space to maximize the square footage available. Once the frame is complete, the floor will be poured and the wall panels installed.
Back at the front of the property, the office has the siding installed and the windows will be in soon. Once the building is weather tight, the interior finishes can begin.
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