The last week or two has seen much hard work by CR Construction with a great deal completed to the interior of the building. The laborious, incredibly unpleasant task of insulating the ceiling space wasn’t much fun for the guys but, as always, they have made an excellent job. Using the I-joist edges as ‘ledges’, they inserted thin pieces of offcut timber at intervals to act as a support for the insulation material; Brilliance! A foil building paper was then attached and a light framework of timber on top of that to keep everything secure and give fixing points for the plasterboard, acoustic ceiling panels and light fittings to come.
Treecraft Woodwork have been back on site with window installation and, externally, to the rear of the building, fibreboard sheeting is beginning to appear.
Additional two photos show the recently completed clad boiler house next to the existing office. The level of detailing is apparent here: Vertical Grain Scotlarch 92 x 25 bevel edge open rainscreen with an 8mm gap; open joints are beveled at 30degrees to shed water; fixings - 65mm stainless steel screws and stainless steel annular nails, some double nailed and some single nailed - all hand driven.
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