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Progress Update Eleven We've progressed (quickly) to week 12 of the build - around abouts the half way mark. And this week we've seen progress in the courtyard with a detailed concrete pour including a set of stairs which will eventually gain access to the second storey.

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Progress Update Eleven

We’ve progressed (quickly) to week 12 of the build – around abouts the half way mark. And this week we’ve seen progress in the courtyard with a detailed concrete pour including a set of stairs which will eventually gain access to the second storey. Plus a suspended concrete slab which resides directly above the kennel room for added sound protection.

Luke and his team (of brother Mark and nephew Braiden) have been sweating it out installing the lower and upper steel frame roof beams and trusses, carport and awnings – which Lisa has referred to as a Meccano Set. (Thats’s them in the pool during smoko).

Tomorrow we will see the Build Safe safety system installed and the fasia, guttering and roof tiles start to take shape.

Last minute decisions regarding cabinetry are beng finalised and the vinyl flooring debate is still going. Thanks for all your advice and thoughts via Facebook (however polished concrete was ruled out purely due to comfort of our staff standing all day).

Stay tuned next week for our last update for 2015!

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In line with the recent Government Regulations regarding the lockdown, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible. Please click below for a full update.