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Camp Tuckahoe Construction Photos
April 17, 2003
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Swimming Pool Filters
Lots of Pipe Needed At Pool
Dining Hall Dominates The View
Dining Hall Ventilation
Dining Hall - Part 3
The exterior of the bath house is nearly ready for staining.
The final portions of the block walls are being set in place inside the youth shower area.
BSA Construction Manager Chuck Zitnick checks on the swimming pool filters that have arrived on site.
Piping is being run around the exterior of the pool to route water to and from the filter system.
The turrets and facade of the castle loom large at the Cub World.
The floor slab in the castle was poured on April 17th.
The impressive structure of the 500-seat dining hall grows with each passing day.
Ducts are being installed to carry the heating and air conditioning systems for the dining hall.
The kitchen area of the dining hall as viewed from the lawn of the health lodge.
The decking and walls of the frontier fort continue to progress.
A view inside the fort reveals wall partitions nearing completion.
Complete with its new staining, Hemlock Lodge looks ready to welcome visitors, but a few remaining touches remain.
Renovations to existing cabins are an important part of the work underway at Tuckahoe, as Maple Lodge shows off its new coat of exterior stain as applied by Troop 28.
No building is too small for improvements, as shown by new siding and trim at Pine Lodge.
Modifications to our existing campsite latrines will create additional privacy for campers of all genders.
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