-- September --
Print King gets an access door.
Print King is getting a face lift also. Ken's entrance got a new wall. He'll get a fresh coat of paint, new carpeting and track lighting.
The Daily Buzz gets it's back room
Over the coffee bar will be a drop ceiling with can lighting over the bar.
The soffit up above will mirror the bar around the work area.
The first floor bathrooms get tile.
The temp wall comes down!! Expect major changes to the elevator banks on first and second floor!
The guys installed some of the framing for the glass corridor. This is looking down the corridor from the elevators. The big framed space will be two 4 foot sliding doors for the bar.
A view of one of the coffee shop's two sliding glass doorways.
The restaurant on the second floor gets a bulkhead. This will be surrounding the kitchen in the center of the room.
The other side of the restaurant.
The Daily Buzz gets a coat of plaster.
Probably one of the most impressive changes, the second floor elevators gets granite installed on the walls. The second floor is being done now.
H.J. Martin in action
The first floor women's rest room
First floor men's rest room
The Bellin Building joins the 21st century! Jake works hard to get the building wireless. He ran wire 9 stories to make sure that the coffee shop up to the penthouse has wireless capabilities.
Jake points out his pooling of wire. Notice his main tool...a half used tube of caulk.
When you're as good as this guy...even you can wire a building with your eyes closed!
Studs went up for the bar on first floor
Granite was installed around the first floor elevator doors. What a difference it makes!
Schuh got to work building the equipment mezzanine.
The painters for Davis Painting came and put plastic up to protect the aluminum framing for the windows. They will be spraying the ductwork and the ceiling in the next few days.
Old Castle Glass put up more aluminum framing for the entrance.
A view from the bar. The framing went up for the new entrance on Washington Street.
Bellin Building • 130 East Walnut Street • Green Bay, Wisconsin