Carnegie gets new tile roof

Judy Laidler

Editor’s Note: This article was published on Tuesday, September 23, 1958.

The hammering and noise you hear coming from the southwest end of the campus is the Dahlstrom Construction Company of Topeka repairing the red tile roof on Carnegie Hall, the Law Building.

The roof was in a very weakened condition and it was necessary to install supports for the tile roofing. Some six tons of steel were used, along with new rafters and new sheeting in the attic, and new copper guttering, Lloyd Durow of buildings and grounds said.