Plaster, Paint and Progress

Progress Update: Seventeen Happy Friday after another busy week onsite! We will be keeping today's post short n' sweet as the picture gallery really tells today's story.

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Progress Update: Seventeen

Happy Friday after another busy week onsite! We will be keeping today’s post short n’ sweet as the picture gallery really tells today’s story.

As you can see our plasterers and setters have officially entered the building. The second storey exterior has a complete two coat paint job and internal walls will commence next week with cabinetry.

You’ll also notice the air conditioning cassettes hanging from the downstairs ceiling. This was a special requirement of the build, to ensure Lisa is able to heat and cool certain rooms at the same time for the comfort of her patients. Don’t worry too much about their aesthetics, as the drop ceiling will cover them nicely.

A great job all round this week team. Keep the progress coming fast, as only a few weeks until the team move into their new premises.

P.S. To answer our Facebook reader comments, the adjoining pool is a “people pool” however big Willow (Lisa and Dave’s dog) has been known to take a dip after her walk on a hot day. 

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