Numerous improvements to the AME Facility were in progress during the month of August. Most notable was the front entry expansion. The existing border was removed and the entrance was opened up approximately 12 feet overall, mainly to allow large truck traffic to enter and exit the property more easily, while improving the overall aesthetics.
The combination of building stone veneer and western Maryland boulders create a unique landscape feature along with additional planting, improved irrigation, blacktop resurfacing, and a large post mounted convex mirror to improve a semi obstructed line of sight during periods of high traffic congestion. Credits go to Luis Sapon and his crew, and Buddy Hipp for making this project happen in less than a weeks’ time!