As of June 28, 2007, in preparation for the steel, which is scheduled to begin going up July 23, the following has been completed (c) or is in progress (ip), according to Dan Frembling, on-site general superintendent: (1) site grading (c), (2) main building footings (c), (3) the 360- by 20-foot southern retaining and building wall (c), (4) the utility tunnel traversing the retaining wall (c), (5) in-ground elevator pistons installed (c), (6) block walls on the east elevation for the loading dock and utility room (IP), (7) the bio-waste concrete pre-cast tank placed in the ground (c), (8) utility tunnel backfill (c), (9) grading for the western and northern parking lot renovations (ip), (10) underground utilities work affecting the parking lot and environs such as storm drains, sewer, and water (ip). The photo above is of the massive 20-foot-high retaining/building wall (right), which traverses the south side of the Centennial Complex. The block walls outline the northern section of the loading dock area, which is located at the east side of the building. Loma Linda University Chancellor, Richard Hart, MD, DrPH, (photo inset) recently took the opportunity to survey the Centennial Complex construction site. A giant caterpillar scraper lumbers past Dr. Hart in the southwest section of what will be a new refurbished parking lot. Upon completion, the Centennial Complex campus lot will provide 1,120 much-needed parking spaces. According to University officials, 930 of the spaces will be ready by September.