With the extremely wet weather we’ve been experiencing, you may think we’re pretty hampered at our job sites, especially the ones that aren’t completely “dried in”. At the Douglas County Crisis Center, Dan Connelly, job superintendent, has kept a good pace going. He’s had the roofing contractor active every available day to get the membrane roofing installed. For the exterior walls, the liquid applied weather barrier has been going on as quickly as we can get walls sheeted. Building dry-in is a huge milestone on any project. Keep up the good work! We are getting closer.