Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Fwd: Building Project Update

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From: Bill Perrine
Date: Wed, Dec 11, 2019, 11:33 AM
Subject: Building Project Update
Cc: Bill Perrine 

Dear Neighbors,

Happy holidays! I write with an update on our building project. Even with the power shutoffs and the recent rains, our construction crews have made good progress on the building. If you haven't seen it lately, I encourage you to stop by as it is almost fully framed. Below are several recent photos of the construction.

Since the summer site preparation and demolition work, Fisher Development, the general contractor for the project, has prepared and poured the concrete perimeter foundation and slab, and shotcreted (sprayed on concrete) the back wall of the building. Delivery of rebar and concrete went smoothly and was carefully coordinated to avoid both neighborhood commute times as well as school drop-off and pick-up routines.

Immediately following the concrete placement, framing of the structure commenced, including both wood and steel columns and beams. Crews recently framed a majority of the roof and applied the waterproof membrane, just before the first heavy rains of the season fell. Completing the remaining roof and other framing will continue as weather permits.

With the superstructure nearing completion, the crew will focus on installing the building's exterior finishes, including plaster and clapboard siding, as well as doors and windows. The next few months will focus on the interior of the building, including mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work. Neighbors can expect about the same level of noise and number of deliveries as we've experienced recently.

Completion date of the project remains in late May. Of course, I will update you if this changes.

As always, feel free to reach out to our project manager, Ted Leiser, at 415-272-3847, or to me (bill@marinhorizon.org) with any questions.


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