American Camp Visitor Center Upgrades

Archaeologists monitor the clearing of the area where the septic leech lines will be trenched and drain lines installed – NPS photo

The National Park Service has been busy making progress on construction of the new visitor center out there. Here’s the latest from their construction blog…

Update: Site Observation Update Week of June 16th

This week’s work has no discernable theme apart from a great deal of focus outdoors. With superb weather, we began work on the septic field, clearing and trenching for leech lines. The concrete pad outside of the main entrance has been poured, trellis work at the interpretive plaza progresses, and raised seam roofing is being installed. As a hoped for September or October completion draws nearer, we see the structure beginning to take on a character of its own. Rangers eagerly await the opportunity to introduce the building and all of its interpretive and education features to the public.

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Posted on June 26, 2020 at 10:31 am by

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