Well the foundation wall forms are almost completely in place. As I type, Tino’s crew is at the site buttoning up the last sections. Hopefully the rain will hold off so we can pour them today also. Below are a couple of photos we snapped at the end of the day.
You can see in the picture on the top right, that this is the 100K House wall that abuts the neighboring house. There is only one side of the form needed here as the foundation and side yard of the adjacent house provide the other wall. There is no need to underpin or provide any other type of support to the foundation of the neighboring house due to the shallow depth of our foundation walls. This is a big time and cost saver. The images below show the back corner of the 100K House and the full view of the 120K House from the back.
Lastly, we’ll end with our daily photos from the front and back of the site. We are up to day 5 of construction now. We’re not counting the weekends in this count unless there is work done on Saturday.
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