Work at the WPRM, 22 January 2015

Today’s efforts at the WPRM involved rearranging the “Ops Office” for greater ease of use.

Work began with removing the overly deep desk and placing the shelf that resided on it on the wall.

Fritz measures for attaching the shelf brackets to the studs in the wall.

Fritz measures for attaching the shelf brackets to the studs in the wall.

Work was complicated by the spacing of the studs being a bit unpredictable, but success was achieved nonetheless.

Fritz measures the middle of the shelf to center it on the brackets.

Fritz measures the middle of the shelf to center it on the brackets.

With the shelf now placed, and attached to the brackets, it was time to re-hang the wall-art that had to be removed.

Wall Art

Wall Art has been changed a bit.

With the shelf mounted, and the large desk removed, we arranged the computers to allow for traffic through the room even with the computers in use.  “New” printers have been acquired and one is operational.

New arrangement of the office allows for people to walk through even when others are using the computers.

New arrangement of the office allows for people to walk through even when others are using the computers.

And, the (mostly) finished product.

The mostly finished product.

The mostly finished product. Ready for use!

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Operations and Mechanical at the WPRM. Editor for the Train Sheet.
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