The construction project, from beginning to end.
1. The '07-08 UltraViolet staff stands where the old newspaper room used to be. The photo marks the start of the temporary reloacation, which occurred during winter break of 2007.
2. A crawler excavator demolishes the south side of school, where the former library, junior gallery, and art rooms were located during spring break 2008.
3. Workers lay the cement and foundation for the new building during late summer and early fall of 2008. Underneath the smooth cement lies the two-story underground parking lot, which will be used by both students and faculty members.
4. Construction workers at the top of the girders loom high above. The senior class wrote their names and messages on one of the steel beams. "I Love You Mom" was also written by a construction worker on another steel column. The construction at this point happened during the mid-late September of 2008.
5. The building is covered with green and yellow DensGlass, which is the interior board made of dry wall, marking the start of building the outside of Munger Hall. This phase of the construction marks the halfway point in early December 2008.
6. Two construction workers place the final touches on the new glass walls. The glass walls are one of the "green" features of the new building. Behind these walls is the Carol and Jim Collins Room, which is the new junior gallery.
7. The UV editing team (Colleen, Cassidy, Brianne, Julie '10) stands under the skylight of the new academic resource center.