We are back with another one of our weekly blogs. This week we will continue the updates with all of our ongoing projects and a new building project due to start very soon.
A recap on where we are with St James School in Millom. Last week we mentioned that the asbestos team had been in, and the old conservatory had been removed safely. The classrooms had all been plastered, and the steelwork was in place. This week the team are in the process of fitting the roof timber in preparation for the roof to be completed next week. The flooring has also been screeded, which means a thin layer of concrete poured over the base flooring to provide a smooth level and strong foundation for the top player of flooring.
We are also progressing at Afton Street in Barrow in Furness, last week, a lean-to roof was installed, and new drainage was in place to accommodate the new toilet and sink. Next week the plumbing will be installed, and the plastering will be completed. The outside steps leading to the new extension will also be put in place.
As mentioned in the previous blog regarding the house refurbishment at Coniston, we came across dampness under the downstairs flooring. This has now been rectified with a new insulated concrete floor in place, and we were able to relay the original black and red quarry tiles.
Last but not least, we have an exciting building project starting soon at a 400-year-old farm cottage. This is going to include:
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