The layout of the new Siena School building continues to take shape as some of the architectural details are put in place, the walls keep going up, and piping for the sprinkler system is assembled. Two of the key architectural details are the arches in the hallway - a Tuscan inspiration - and the wood reception area which will greet visitors at the main entry. Check out the photos as these features are built…
The arches which are located at each corner of the main hallway help define the space.
The same corner arch, viewed from another angle. Beyond it are new classrooms.
The work crew is working on the walls of a classroom where drywall has been hung.
The reception desk is framed and ready to be built.