Photo a Day Challenge

GoDaddy’s new Tempe Call Center – August 26, 2013

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Picture taken to the right of the water tower. Lots of new trenches, etc. Dirt work continues.

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View from the left of the water tower. More contractors are on the job, more storage trailers, containers, and equipment.

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View to the right of the water tower, just inside the fence. Probably footers for a wall? Pure conjecture on my part.

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In last weeks post, I mentioned DIP and the fact that it is wrapped, or put into a sleeve so alkaline soils don’t deteriorate the pipe. This is a better image to see the pipe in the ground waiting to be burried.

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The storage area outside the job trailer is much larger, with new pallets of materials waiting to be used.

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View from the same area, zoomed in to the area where the concrete was poured today? for the main slab, or slabs. All of the foundation/slabs are covered with yellow plastic to help cure the concrete, and to keep rain out. Correction: The yellow plastic is actually a vapor barrier below the slab. Vince with Ryan Companies let me know that on 8/28/2013 they  placed the slab on grade for phase 1. 530 cubic yards of concrete covering 43,000 sq. ft.

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View from the 101 to the left of the green and yellow “Ryan” trailer, as I drive around the perimeter of the site taking these pictures, I realize how big the site really is.

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View from the 101 closer to warner, as are most of the rest of this series of pictures. The foundation/slab area is easy to see from this angle.

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I tagged this piece of equipment with the GoDaddy logo’s and the GoDaddy Dude.

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101 close to the corner of Warner, again you can see the new footers/foundation/slab. Correction: The yellow plastic is actually a vapor barrier below the slab. Vince with Ryan Companies let me know that on 8/28/2013 they  placed the slab on grade for phase 1. 530 cubic yards of concrete covering 43,000 sq. ft.

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Possible footer for a wall, or fence???? This angle would be facing Warner and the 101.

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Looking back from this corner area trying to convey the size of the area where the concrete was poured. Correction: The yellow plastic is actually a vapor barrier below the slab. Vince with Ryan Companies let me know that on 8/28/2013 they  placed the slab on grade for phase 1. 530 cubic yards of concrete covering 43,000 sq. ft.

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Again this may be a footer for a fence?? This wall would be facing Warner.

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Again zoomed in looking back from the corner area trying to give you a sense of the size of the building.

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This is a 2 image panorama, again trying to give you a sense of the size of the building. Click here to see the panorama full size. Once the site opens up, click on the image, then click on the “O” for original, at 20.8 mb it will take a minute or two to load. All images show with the Canon 5D Mark II, Ef 24-105 F4 IS L lens, ISO-100, F8, 1/500 sec, hand held. Correction: The yellow plastic is actually a vapor barrier below the slab. Vince with Ryan Companies let me know that on 8/28/2013 they  placed the slab on grade for phase 1. 530 cubic yards of concrete covering 43,000 sq. ft.

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