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The slab is down and core filling almost complete

The slab is down and core filling almost complete

Progress Update Six

We're into week seven of our brand spankin' new 220+m2 build and this week was an incredibly important milestone for us and builder Luke. Without a hitch, the concrete slab was given the tick of approval by our engineers and our trades have kept on progressing with core filling the retaining walls and cleaning up the site with a small bobcat. 

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Retaining walls are up, plumbing started, concrete being poured

Retaining walls are up, plumbing started, concrete being poured

Progress Update Five

Week five has seen some much needed rain however it's not the best timing for our jobsite as the tradies prepare for concrete. 

Despite being wet and boggy the block layers have completed the main retaining walls while the concreters have now set the pad heights. In the coming days tradies will continue the form work and steel in preperation for the pour scheduled for next Wednesday.

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Up up up and away with the retaining block wall

Up up up and away with the retaining block wall

Progress Update Four

We're into our fourth week of the project and running to schedule. We currently have the team of block layers onsite errecting huge retaining walls to sound proof our kennel room and to assist hold up the second storey. Very exciting!

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Digging out the all important Hospital footings

Digging out the all important Hospital footings

Progress Update Three

We've had semi trailers, utes, excavation equipment and workmen galore this week ensuring our footings are ready for concrete. It's been an exciting process watching the earthworks unfold - bringing us one step closer to our opening date in March 2016. 

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Earth Works Commence at Windaroo Vet

Earth Works Commence at Windaroo Vet

Progress Update Two

We've had the local crew from MegaEarth here for the past two weeks working day and night (ok maybe not night) shaping, digging and moving over 3,000m3 from our premises. That equates to almost 300 truck loads of soil that our neighbours and local nursery have kindly taken off our hands. 

Jamie and his team of specialists have cut 2.5 metres below the surafce to allow for our new noise proof animal kennels, and delicately juggled around the existing inground pool to carve a carpark - suitable for up to nine vehicles.

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