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One other surprise was presented when it came time to install the wire ladder. A misunderstanding resulted in the wire ladder not being ordered. Fortunately, Middle Atlantic was not too far away in New Jersey. One interesting installation note is that the ladder in the TOC is not suspended from the ceiling (which would have been a eight-foot length of all-thread around HVAC and plumbing), but rather mounted on the rack tops. This simplified not only the ladder installation, but also the wire installation because it could be laid on top rather than threaded through support rods.
The entire project from the first demolition of walls until everything was installed an on-air took nearly 10 months. Much of this was because of the project being in-place, but the construction crews were also based out of town, so there was an ongoing back-and-forth of crews coming to town to work, then taking off again. In the end, it all came together. The previous studios worked well for 20 years. The new studios are poised to serve another 20.
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