Waterproofing, backfilling and the steel frame arrives

Progress Update Seven After last week's hiccup with excess water and a new retaining wall (thanks Master builders and AON), we're into week eight of the build with the slab firmly settled.

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Progress Update Seven

After last week’s hiccup with excess water and a new retaining wall (thanks Master builders and AON), we’re into week eight of the build with the slab firmly settled. We’ve had a significant amount of earth works still taking place out the back of the carpark – creating water diversions and garden beds plus the machines have been used to backfill the external house retaining walls.

We’ve had assistance from qualified friends this week to lend a hand waterproofing and labouring (thank you). And excitingly the frame which has been on order for several months via Australian Framing Solutions has come out of production and arrived onsite this week (very exciting).

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