UAS FH Construction Update for 2/07/2014
Too Much Sun
The Contractor has installed the roof sheathing on both Hall I & II. By the end of Saturday they will also have the roof on the commons done. They have placed the hydronic heating tubes in the top floor of Hall II and would like to pore the concrete floor, but he says we have Too Much Sun……..
Too Much Sun? Never heard of such a thing!
It’s like too large Bullwinkle’s Pizza or too much maple syrup on your Waffle House waffle.
It’s like a too cool Ray Troll print or catching a too big King Salmon.
No matter what the Contractor says, I’ve never had Too Much Sun.
We should set that to music.
This Morning’s Sunrise From Room 504B
Contractor installing steel roof members over the Commons Area
The Contractor would like to pour the concrete floors in Resident Hall II. However, all the clear sky’s we have had the past several days has brought with it cold temperatures. The concrete batch plant needs temperatures of 20 degrees and rising. So each morning when I enjoy the sunrise over the mountains, the Contractor can’t pour concrete and the project gets behind another day. I may have to take up skiing and pray for snow, and warmer weather.
In-floor heating piping waiting for warmer weather for a concrete pour.
UAS Freshman Residence Hall 1 on a Frosty February 4, morning.