- The windows continue to advance and construction seems to be right on track.
- At the site there seems to be a lot of movement going on. There are trucks on the site with different materials like concrete and steel. There have been more windows installed on the building. It is evident that the project is moving at a steady pace.
- The windows are further developed in this week’s site visit. There isn’t much more progress visual on the exterior of the building at this point. I am concluding that there is more work being done in the interior of the building.
September 22, 2016
- I can see the progress that has occurred in just a week’s time. The windows for the lower part of the building have been assembled and there have been floors added at the top. There was a lift at the site which I concluded to be used to reassure that the windows are placed properly and securely from the outside as it is from the inside as well. This window design element in my opinion is suitable for this building and it will allow for great visibility of the wonderful views there are to offer. Last week I was told by the construction manager that the windows alone are pretty pricey.
- Since the concrete was recently poured these vertical clamps are used to holdup the concrete until it dries up completely.
- In this image, I am showing that there are the safety nets. These are a must at every construction site because it can prevent a worker from falling to the street. Also, if there is anyone working close to the edge they must wear a safety harness.
- This right here is used to hold the concrete while it dries and are removed afterwards and reused at another construction site.
- When you see a cover that says hole DO NOT step on it because there is more than certainly an opening under it.
- This stage is the beginning of putting up walls in this residential building.
- The exterior show that the windows are starting to be placed level by level. So far there are 21 floors that are done leaving two more floors to be done.
Some information on the site.