Monthly Archives: January 2012

Week Seven

The second storey, under roof goes up. Better weather this week, with the last few days very cold but sunny and clear.  The quagmire created by the forklift is frozen hard which makes moving around the site much easier and … Continue reading

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Week Six

They have had a really rotten week, last week, with the second half being really cold and wet—quite miserable.  This photo, taken in the middle of this week shows how  well they’ve got on and the weather’s better at the … Continue reading

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Week Five

Two enormous articulated lorries are scheduled to arrive.  To avoid conflict with school arrival time—the Primary School is just across the Green and the congestion can approach city centre proportions—the artics have been asked to arrive at 9.30 am and … Continue reading

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Week Three and Four

Olof, from Sweden, had arrived to oversee insulation and the pouring and levelling of the slab—apparently this method of construction is far more common there than here.  Ready for pouring the slab.  The concrete pump returns. Again a stream of … Continue reading

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