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An Inside Look: The TackleTour Lab - Bring Up  (continued)

With the demo finally done and the epoxy shop floor laid down we could finally get into the construction portion of the project. We got into into a groove and started getting a lot more excited at the prospect of fully utilizing the space as the lab started to take shape, literally from the ground up.


Cal cuts two by fours which will be used to make the office

 


Zander drills into the concrete to lay down the structure

 


Making sure the beams are straight

 


Let's put it together

 


Starting to take shape, the center portion will later be used to mount signage and monitors

 


Double check, yeah we are good to go

 


Putting the drywall in place

 


The drywall is in

 


Adding the plaster

 


The door is starting to take shape

 


Cal works on the seams...

 


...and sands the joints

 


Time to add a fresh coat of paint

 


It is amazing what a fresh coat of paint will do, the cinder block wall on the left was a pain to redo

 


Cal paints the office

 


This wall probably hasn't been painted in nearly 20 years

 

Next Section: Paint is dry, bring in the fixtures

 

 

   

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