Mitchell College gets a new Red Barn

A construction worker takes measurements while at work on the FIP Construction site of the Red Barn Reimagined project at Mitchell College in New London on Monday, Jan. 29, 2018.  The new barn replaces the century-old red barn that had been at the site of Michaell's Dairy since the 1920s and couldn't be saved.  The barn will be a flexible space for theater, student activities, community use and outdoor events.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
A construction worker takes measurements while at work on the FIP Construction site of the Red Barn Reimagined project at Mitchell College in New London on Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. The new barn replaces the century-old red barn that had been at the site of Michaell's Dairy since the 1920s and couldn't be saved. The barn will be a flexible space for theater, student activities, community use and outdoor events. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

A construction worker takes measurements while at work on the FIP Construction site of the Red Barn Reimagined project at Mitchell College in New London on Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. 

The new barn replaces the century-old red barn that had been at the site of Michael's Dairy since the 1920s and couldn't be saved. 

The barn will be a flexible space for theater, student activities, community use and outdoor events. 

Construction workers on the FIP Construction site of the Red Barn Reimagined project at Mitchell College in New London, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018.  The new barn replaces the century-old red barn that had been at the site of Michaell's Dairy since the 1920s and couldn't be saved.  The barn will be a flexible space for theater, student activities, community use and outdoor events.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Construction workers on the FIP Construction site of the Red Barn Reimagined project at Mitchell College in New London, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. The new barn replaces the century-old red barn that had been at the site of Michaell's Dairy since the 1920s and couldn't be saved. The barn will be a flexible space for theater, student activities, community use and outdoor events. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

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