Pulling Tasks In So We Can Pour Tomorrow (not today)

We’re pouring tomorrow.  Bill Brown’s team has lots to complete so delaying the pour means moving tasks up by a day.  Jorge knows exactly what to do.

Removing the Remaining Forms

The concrete forms can be removed rain or shine so this is a ‘filler task’ that is flexible but must be completed.  Thus, we pulled it in and had the team focus on it rather than pouring concrete today.

Removing the forms from the doorway into the East Mechanical room.

Removing the forms from the doorway into the East Mechanical room.

Results Look Excellent

After removing the forms, the interior concrete walls look excellent.  It feels good to see our design now cast in concrete!

These are the concrete walls in the pantry and the back of the feature wall in the Atrium.  You can see the TV niche on the right.

These are the concrete walls in the pantry and the back of the feature wall in the Atrium. You can see the TV niche on the right.

Pantry door and steel-trowelled finish to the exposed pantry wall.

Pantry door and steel-trowelled finish to the exposed pantry wall.

Sewage ejector reservoir in the East Mechanical room.

Sewage ejector reservoir in the East Mechanical room.

Ready for More Concrete Tomorrow

The site is clean and the steps have been formed and we’re ready to pour the stair well and the window well tomorrow.

Formed exterior steps, waiting for concrete!

Formed exterior steps, waiting for concrete!

Peaceful Job Site

 The job site is looking good, ready for the concrete tomorrow.

Peaceful site, ready to pour more concrete tomorrow.

Peaceful site, ready to pour more concrete tomorrow.

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