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The View from the Mezzanine, Adair County Primary Center

2013-04-11 - Adair County Primary Center, 158 Col. Wm Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Terry Loy, Project Manager for Branscum Construction Co., Russell Springs, KY, looks out the large door opening from the Utilities Mezzanine at Adair County Primary Center. The view is of Adair County High School, across Indian Drive. The large door will allow a high lift to raise swap out units to the mezzanine, and was added after Adair County School District Maintenance Supervisor Ricky Bault encountered difficulties servicing HVAC units at Adair County Elementary School. After units are offloaded at the mezzanine, they can be easily moved to installation points on dollies. The innovation is one of many which are designed to make ACPC the most economical to operate of all the facilities on the district's campus.
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