Official: work went well |

Official: work went well

by Jay Hamburger OF THE RECORD STAFF

Ron Ivie, City Hall’s chief building official, says the Sky Lodge in Old Town is "pretty much done" from the outside, meaning that the look of the building will not change much before it opens early in the winter.

Ivie says the Sky Lodge crews are finishing work inside the building, including installing doors and windows.

Ivie ranks the Sky Lodge with the Main Street Mall as the toughest construction projects on Main Street during his long run as the chief building official.

Still, though, Ivie says there were "hardly any complaints" about the work on the Sky Lodge. He praises the builders as he describes the construction zone, which stretched along lengths of Main Street and Heber Avenue.

It is a "very tight site," Ivie says.

The construction crews closed Heber Avenue to traffic twice — to put up and take down a crane. There were partial closures of Heber Avenue on other occasions.

Ivie refuses to rate the building’s design.

"We don’t judge look," Ivie says, adding, "That’s something that’s done by someone other than us."

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