The Braille Monitor                                                                                         June, 2002

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Panoramic view of the National Center for the Blind construction site taken on May 1, 2002.   About 50 percent of the two parking levels are visible, and the third level is well started.  The large track crane at the center of the picture will soon be withdrawn through the remaining gap in the foundation perimeter wall that can be seen at the left edge of the picture.   The pools of rain water with planks stretched across them are actually the three elevator shafts, which have been sunk even deeper than the foundation.
This panoramic view of the National Research and Training Institute for the Blind construction site was taken on May 1, 2002. About 50 percent of the two parking levels are visible, and the third level is well started. The large track crane at the center of the picture will soon be withdrawn through the remaining gap in the foundation perimeter wall that can be seen at the left edge of the picture. The pools of rain water with planks stretched across them are actually the three elevator shafts, which have been sunk even deeper than the foundation.

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