We have a hole in the roof where the grist case will go. Seen through the hole is part of the new roof decking that will also be removed.
The mill room will be directly above the grist case which will be directly above the mash tun to take advantage of gravity, whose reliability is tough to beat. The ceiling isn't tall enough so we are building a structure on top of the building to house the mill room. That structure will also house the brewhouse boiler, locating it directly above and as close as possible to the brewhouse.
The cold room is framed. This will be an insulated room to store our filled kegs:
View from on top of the cold room looking down into the brewery area, where we will have a mezzanine area:
...and out to the new courtyard:
To get new electrical feed into the building, the city is requiring us to go underground. This is a new idea in Seattle. Seattle has above-ground electrical wiring throughout the city and the reasoning for this, besides being less expensive to install, was that above-ground wiring was mroe resilient during earthquakes. Apparently, one (or both?) of these reasons isn't true anymore as Seattle has begun an effort to move all electrical underground and Broadway in Capitol Hill is one of the first to get it. Going underground means that we have to dig up the sidewalk and dig a big hole to house a concrete vault for the transformer.