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Roger Smith Repairs Bricks on Detroit Street, October 1984

Roger Smith Repairs Bricks on Detroit Street, October 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1984
Caption
SAVING THE BRICKS - Brick mason Roger Smith uses patience and skill to fit old street brick back into the surface of North Fourth Avenue near the Farmer's Market. Smith, of Margolis Nursery in Ypsilanti, is working on the Downtown Development Authority's pedestrian improvement project. The work will widen the sidewalk area on Fourth Avenue, add drop off spaces in front of the Farmer's Market, install benches and special light fixtures and make Detroit Street one-way north in the block opposite the Farmer's Market which will result in added parking spaces. The project, which began last week, is scheduled to be done in about 45 days, before the wintry weather takes over. The bricks which Smith is refitting were removed from the street so that new curbs could be built.

Working on U-M Heat Tunnel, Thompson St., August 1966

Working on U-M Heat Tunnel, Thompson St., August 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1966
Caption
Heat Tunnel Gouged Out: Workmen shore up sides of new University heating tunnel along the west side of Thompson between Williams and Jefferson which will deliver heat to the U-M's new $2,524,700 Administrative Offices Building now under construction. The tunnel will connect with another to the U-M's new Institute for Social Research Building at upper left. The tunnel will run along Thompson to just south of Jefferson where it will cross to the new building. Construction is expected to be completed in about five weeks, U-M officials say. The University has many construction projects in progress.

Crews Finish Paving Turnberry Subdivision Roads, July 1999

Crews Finish Paving Turnberry Subdivision Roads, July 1999 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 13, 1999
Caption
Employees of Souter Asphalt Paving work Monday to pave Turnberry Lane as the developer tries to meet a Tuesday deadline set by the city of Ann Arbor to complete the work.