San Jose Egyptian Labyrinth Construction Close to Completion
The Egyptian Museum and Rosicrucian Park is constructing a large labyrinth. The new labyrinth will be built where two administrative buildings stood. Blach Construction is leading the efforts with a grand design by Prodis Associates Architects and Dillingham Associates.
- This beautiful piece of machine weighs close to 55 tons or over 110,000 pounds. During demolition of the two buildings, this machine was key to excavation and concrete removal.
- There are seven 48″ box Quercus agrifolia. These were trucked in and weigh close to 1,300 pounds each . It took four crew members to just tilt them straight for moving them off the truck.
- The boulders are placed and the lines are starting to be marked. The next week will be laying out our paths and setting the center stone work.