Backstage Construction Schedule April 4 – 10, 2015

This is the current construction schedule for 1 The Esplanade, Backstage condominium – for April 4 – 10, 2015.   More concrete pours for the roof and more window deliveries are the featured construction activities this week. 

Backstage podium deck April 2

Backstage podium deck showing the swimming pool liner, April 2, 2015

Click on the link for a downloadable PDF Construction Summary: Backstage & L Tower Construction Summary-Apr-4-10-2015

Saturday, April 4

  • No Construction Work is Scheduled. 

Monday, April 6

  • Concrete pour for the curbs on the roof (8 meters of concrete), starting at 2:00 pm. 
  •  Interior suite drywall and finishing.
  •  Waterproofing 5th floor podium.

Tuesday, April 7

  • Drywall deliveries for the 13th floor, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
  • Elevator machine room roof  concrete pour by subcontractor Italform (35meters of concrete), starting at 11:00 am.
  • Waterproofing 5th floor podium.
  • Concrete finishing till 10:00 pm

Wednesday, April 8

  • Concrete pour for the curbs on the roof (8 meters of concrete), starting at 2:00 pm. 
  •  Interior suite drywall and finishing.
  •  Starting swimming pool work on the  5th floor podium.

Thursday, April 9

  • Concrete pour for the curbs on the roof (8 meters of concrete), starting at 2:00 pm. 
  •  Interior suite drywall and finishing.
  •  Continuing swimming pool work on the  5th floor podium.

Friday, April 10

  • Concrete pour for the curbs on the roof (8 meters of concrete), starting at 2:00 pm. 
  • Interior suite drywall and finishing.
  • Continuing swimming pool work on the  5th floor podium.
Backstage interior 13th floor.

Backstage interior 13th floor.

 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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