Re-Engaging Bill Brown Construction

We had to put our project on ‘hold’ for several months while we had our interior stairs and two bridges, with the corresponding posts and railing systems designed, engineered, approved, fabricated, installed and inspected.  Then, the stainless steel posts had to be welded to the steel beams in the house.

Having completed those items, we re-engaged Bill Brown Construction to complete pouring the 5+ inches of concrete on the main floor and the 3 inches of concrete in the lower floor (basement).

Cleaning Up the Site and Setting Forms

Bill Brown’s team arrived on site and started working on ensuring all the forms were in the correct position.  After several months, some of the forms had moved a bit so they needed some adjustments.  With three people working, the cleanup was done quickly.

Front of house looking much cleaner, ready for measuring.

Front of house looking much cleaner, ready for measuring.

West side of house, where forms need to be set.

West side of house, where forms need to be set.

 

The kitchen is now a good location for a lunch break.

The kitchen is now a good location for a lunch break.

Dining room with feature concrete wall, ready for rebar and forms.

Dining room with feature concrete wall, ready for rebar and forms.

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