With the onset of the first day being thrown into the water I’m sure that a few of us within the group were cringing at the sheer amount of work needed to be done to get this Windspire/Container project off the ground. However, as the days roll past, the excitement, intensity, and enthusiasm keeps building. Our group held a meeting in the printmaking room with the Head professional Mechanical Engineer (Jim Lorenzen) of Lorenzen Engineering. I wish I had a picture to show the red glow on the sides of all our faces from the working and functional LED sign that welcomed Jim Lorenzen. A lot of questions were answered and now our group is getting down to fine and intricate details. Finalized and detailed drawings will be presented to Noel about different framing, roofing, doors, skylights, and everything in between. The drawings are then going to be forwarded to Ray at Lorenzen Engineering who has agreed to render them in an AUTO-CAD program for us (for a more professional aesthetic!). The engineers are handling the electrical aspects, whereas the artists are coming with samples for the interior design (as far as insulation,flooring, and walls go), and finally are planning to start physical work on the container within the coming weeks.