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Site Update: Raise the Roof

It seems like every update we can thank the weather gods for this awesome summer we’ve been having. The dry weather has been helping our site progress on many fronts. Curb crossing construction is well underway and we anticipate pouring in the next few days. Once these are completed and the parking lot paved, access to site will be much improved.

Installation of the building vapour barrier has been progressing very well. This task is weather dependent and the dry weather has allowed us to seal off the building quickly with no hiccups.

The installation of the solar panel supports at the NW and SE corners of the roof are complete and ready for roofing. Panel installation will likely be early fall. With many details in the framing and structure needing to be completed before the roofers show up, a lot of work has gone into the preparation of the roof area. We are crossing our fingers for a continuation of this awesome weather and hoping the roofing progresses smoothly, with minimal weather delays. The sooner the roof is done, the sooner we are weather tight.

The installation of the glulam landings and stair treads in the atrium will be starting next week.

Mechanical and plumbing rough in continues on the main floor in anticipation for our main floor slab pour which will happen September 15. This will be a huge milestone accomplishment!!

The focus moving forward is the completion of the roof and vapour barrier and window installation.

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Chris Fry, Site Superintendent, Chandos

As the Construction Superintendent at Chandos, Chris is responsible for the day-to-day operations on the construction site including schedule, safety and coordinating subcontracters. He was initially inspired to be part of this project due to his huge interest in sustainability and alternative building methods. Chris feels that being part of the Mosaic Centre project is not only exciting, but gives him a huge sense of pride. Outside of work, he enjoys travel, music, and spending time with his family at the lake.

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