A black nets wrap the base of the overhang of Penn State’s Millennium Science Complex. In 2015, the Office of Physical Plant noticed some of the bricks on the multimillion-dollar building were cracking. The damaged bricks were removed, and the nets now act as a safety percaution in case of future damage.
A black nets wrap the base of the overhang of Penn State’s Millennium Science Complex. In 2015, the Office of Physical Plant noticed some of the bricks on the multimillion-dollar building were cracking. The damaged bricks were removed, and the nets now act as a safety percaution in case of future damage. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
A black nets wrap the base of the overhang of Penn State’s Millennium Science Complex. In 2015, the Office of Physical Plant noticed some of the bricks on the multimillion-dollar building were cracking. The damaged bricks were removed, and the nets now act as a safety percaution in case of future damage. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

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