By Bonnie Walker
Posted on01 September 2010.
Sign is in place at Culinary Institute Wednesday. Photograph by Elizabeth Johnson-Kossick, CIA.
It took two or three crane trucks, lots of workmen and interested onlookers to get the new, 20-by-20-foot square Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, sign up on the newly expanded school this afternoon.
"It looks fabulous," said one white-coated CIA student, taking photos during the placement. Under a hot sun, the sign-raising also raised some sweat on brows, but a light breeze started up just as the sign was finally being hoisted into the air.
To everyone's relief, the breeze calmed down, so the sign, with a base made of perforated metal, didn't try to take off. It was slowly placed in its final position above the front entrance to the San Antonio campus of the CIA.
Classes begin this month. The new school will be celebrated at an opening on Oct. 9. Check out the CIA website
for more information.
- Huge sign travels via crane from ground to building.
Photographs by Bonnie Walker
Sign approaches final positioning over front of the institute.