Events & Raisings

March 2, 2016, Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY

Around 2,500 board feet of Kiln Dried Western Red Cedar will be used to construct a pavilion for the Rochester Museum and Science Center in Rochester, NY in February 2016. A tube steel support frame and 6 x 10 glulam beams will accompany a glass sculpture provided by the museum. Tongue and groove sheathing will also be installed beneath a green, living roof that will be a new home to several plant species. 

DATE CHANGE! Please note, due to incoming rainy weather, we'll be raising this frame WEDNESDAY, March 2 (previously scheduled for the 24th). Let us know if you'd like to view the raising.


Location: Rochester, NY
Architect: CJS Architects
Builder: The Pike Company