2) Today, the surveyors came to check about the preparation for slab and they found out that the concretors made our timber formwork a bit +50mm than the plan.
It is very good to know before piering, engineer came to check the digging size and then, before slab pouring, surveyors came to check the timber formwork
3) In summary, we have spent
- 1 day for piering ==> normal time line
- 1 day for digging for Drop Edge Beam ==> not sure was it a normal time line? (I forgot this job in the original posted yesterday )
- 4 days for timber, steel and waffle pods preparation ==> slowly time line as there was 1 guy for the first day and 2 guys for other 3 days (Commonly, there is 3 guys working for this job)
4) Our base and slab are also a bit different from normal ones
- slab type: H (commonly M)
- slab height: 90mm (commonly 85)
- piering diameter: 500mm (commonly 400mm)
Only two guys working on the site. It is said they organized for 3 guys but Adam did not want to ...work since the fist day for timber preparation.
Uncompleted preparation of steel and waffle pods after the first working day
Uncompleted preparation of steel, waffle pods and timber after the second working day
I'm still struggling to understand why they were not able to complete the whole job within 3 days as I red many blogs where people needed over 1 day to get the job done. However, we trust we are having a very solid base for the new dream house.