Backstage Construction Schedule March 21 – 27, 2015

This is the current construction schedule for 1 The Esplanade, Backstage condominium – for March 21 – 27, 2015.   The remaining protective platforms are coming down this Saturday from the south side of the tower. The mechanical roof slab and wall and column concrete pours continue through the week.

Backstage condo, crane and clouds

Backstage condo, crane and clouds

Click on the link for a downloadable PDF Construction Summary: Backstage & L Tower Construction Summary-Mar-21-27-2015

Saturday, March 21

  • Subcontractor Italform will be removing the remaining protection platforms from the south side of the building, facing the railway corridor. Three (3) tractor trails will be required to transport.
  • Three trailers will arrive at 11:00 am.
Remaining protective platforms at Backstage will be coming down March 21

Remaining protective platforms at Backstage will be coming down March 21

Monday, March 23

  • A wall and column concrete pour, by subcontractor Italform (12 metres of concrete), scheduled to run from 12:30 pm.

Tuesday, March 24

  • Mechanical roof concrete pour #1, by subcontractor Italform, to begin today at 10:30 am.
  • Concrete Finishing until 10:30 pm.

Wednesday, March 25

  • A wall and column concrete pour, by subcontractor Italform (9 metres of concrete), scheduled to run from 12:30 pm.

Thursday, March 26

  • A wall and column concrete pour, by subcontractor Italform (9 metres of concrete), scheduled to run from 12:30 pm.

Friday, March 27 A wall and column concrete pour, by subcontractor Italform (9 metres of concrete), scheduled to run from 12:30 pm.

Backstage 13th floor unfinished suite.

Backstage 13th floor unfinished suite.

 NOTES:

    • All rebar deliveries are now complete.
    • Paid Duty Police Officer may be on-site when required and when available to assist with traffic control, Monday to Friday, from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. 
    • Concrete pour schedules and times are subject to weather conditions.
    • There may be some short-term impacts on traffic flow as concrete trucks are moved into position.
    • Concrete trucks must keep their engines running during the pouring process.

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