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Progress Update: Fourteen
It’s now two weeks into the New Year and things at the jobsite are looking fantastic! After a lull over the Chrissie break (which was to be expected) the premises is bursting at the seems with products ready for install (including Lisa’s garage).
It’s been a big week of “rough ins” which basically means the main trades (plumbing and electrical) setting up their equipment and laying pipes and cableing in preperation for connection. The carpentry team have also been busy installing the last of the windows (some even double glazed in the reception area to keep our customers cooler), wrapping the exterior in blue paper, insulating the internal walls and installing steel ceiling batterns throughout. Monier have also returned to lay the roof edging giving it a much nicer aesthetic finish.
Cabinetry has now been nutted out to the tee, including whitegood placement, exact sizes and even a hole for the microwave all sourced from Hervey Norman.
An onsite meeting with Lauren’s Painting also allowed Lisa and Nikki to (almost) finalise all exterior and interior paint which will follow a white, grey and charcoal theme with highlights of teal and timber. We’re just deciding on pavement paint and if it’s really necessary in the courtyards and pedestrian walkways. What do you think?
There’s lots of pics today including some downstairs internals – enjoy!
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