Its amazing how quickly things progress once they get started and the eternal rain stops.. Half the building is now water tight and the first section of underfloor heating has been able to go in with the 'floating' floor on top, the dry stone wallers have been doing a fine job of getting the demolished sections of the building back to their former glory, better in some places, and the cottage windows have arrived ready for installation. Meanwhile work inside progresses as the rooms in the barn start to tke shape, it'll be carpets and curtains before we know it!
Although we are all enjoying the fantastic weather it feels a bit like Butlins for plant equipment today at Lawson Park, they're sitting everywhere soaking up the sun, things are strangely quiet and although its a relief to be able to hear yourself think for a change, I am concerned there is so little activity on site with projected delays to the programme mounting up.
Work began yesterday on the undergrounding for the overhead power supply but has already been halted by repairs needed to their equipment, the ground source drilling crew were hoping to be finished on Friday but broke the head of their rig on the sixth hole tbc...meanwhile the two stonemasons quietly work away and Barry our site manager continues to make a valiant effort, I think I've seen him in nearly every machine on site today, but there is only so much one man can do! It seems, to the untrained eye (see webcam) that there’s plenty to do so I’m hoping the last few days have been a lull which will soon be followed by a mass of skilled labour flooding onsite to start rebuilding the new and improved Lawson Park (well maybe not a mass, we’re not in China now)