Saturday, July 11, 2009
Wall construction techniques
Back at the end of June Jon photographed workers putting the finishing touches on Reynolda Presbyterian's expansion: new walls at the entrance from Reynolda Road. The construction technique is very interesting - the traditional, old-fashioned looking stones arranged on a base of cinder blocks. The church is a great neighbor for Wake Forest in that, like the adjacent Summit School, its presence assures a lack of tacky commercial development along Reynolda Road. The blog, however, finds it extremely annoying that there is no information at all about the history of the church on the Reynolda Presbyterian website.
Posted by S. E. Fahrbach at 11:24 AM