Construction appears a very slow process to those of us not familiar with the process, particularly while the structure underground is being built. It’s good to see the building emerge above ground now.

Tens of thousands of pounds of concrete and rebar continue to make their way to the site.

At this point, the waterproofing of the Phase 2 exterior is estimated at approximately 30% complete. Excavation for footings, columns and exterior wall continue. Concrete continues to pour over the floating slab, as well as sleeving and boxes for mechanical and the ground floor columns are being completed. The 6-storey structure will start to take on a form we recognize in the coming few months.

BTW: Some of you have been asking what the yellow-ridged half-circle like structures are in the guest parking lot.  We went straight to the source to ask. “When these are assembled they will hold water and form part of the stormwater management plan for the development.” Dennis Laurin, President Laurin Group.

So now you know!

Pictures taken March 19th.