Resembling the main bailey of a medieval castle, the future 173-seat community lecture hall is beginning to emerge at the new science and health building at Lower Columbia College.
Construction is continuing on schedule, said LCC spokeswoman Sue Groth.
Second photo: Support columns that will hold up the third floor of the three-story structure are setting in place Thursday as other workers in the background continue raising the walls of the tower.
The nearly 70,000-square-foot building on Maple Street will house all the college’s science and health programs. The $38.5 million project is scheduled for completion early next year.