Crushed Rock in Place, Ready for Insulation

We had our weekly meeting this morning and reviewed the project status and issues. Everyone is thankful for the great weather so we’re “makin’ hay’ as the expression goes. However, Northern California needs rain in a big way.

Bill Brown was on site this morning, giving succinct directions on the final grooming of the 3/4 inch crushed rock that the insulation will be placed on.

Bill on site directing his team.

Bill on site directing his team.

Also, Bryan met with the project engineer at Pacific Gas & Electric to work through the design issues that were identified. It was a good meeting as the alternatives were explored and solutions identified. There are many services being concentrated at the south-east corner of the house and, although workable, will require detailed planning and on-site coordination.

At the end of the work day, the crushed rock was looking perfect!

Crushed rock - east view.

Crushed rock - east view.

Crushed rock - center view.

Crushed rock - center view.

Crushed rock - west view.

Crushed rock - west view.

Bryan and his father, John, got the shelf unit completed, site office doors trimmed and finished, and half of the OSHA railing in place (it was getting dark!).

Shelf unit in temporary site office.

Shelf unit in temporary site office.

Finished door with trim.

Finished door with trim.

Railing, just before darkness.

Railing in place, just before darkness.

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