Master Plumbing & Heating has been on the site in recent weeks, installing the new HVAC system. Aside from the studio, this is the most integral piece to the new facility; its functioning is what will maintain the comfort level of our equipment. It took the better part of a year getting to this point; that is, to have a system that meets our relatively modest budget while at the same time being sophisticated enough to keep things cool & dry, and quiet (which is really important in a recording environment). At long last, we are happy to have such a system being installed. Thanks to Bob Beardmore and our architects, Claudio Veliz and Robert Buchan, for working through this with us.
As we have been reporting, we are doing this project in phases. After the completion of the HVAC system, the construction of the studio will be the next piece of the project. So far we have committed $110,000 to the construction (we also spent more than $50,000 over the last 2 years, planning forand designing the project). We need to raise an additional $66,500 to complete the studio. The studio is the centerpiece to the whole facility. From recording local television programming to hosting performing arts, live bands, public screenings and presentations, conferences, panel discussions and more, it will prove to be an important community asset. To meet the $66,500 goal, we are working on more grant proposals, but we need help wherever we can get it, from contributions both large and small.
You can learn more about the project and make a donation by visiting our capital campaign web page, www.lpctc.org.
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