So, if all goes well tomorrow, and our surveyor gets out to the site and stakes everything, we may be able to see a hole dug by the end of the week.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Let's Dig a Hole!
(Karann) We are very close to breaking ground. We are a few days behind due to the schedules of our septic engineer and surveyor. Tomorrow morning we are having a "kick-off" meeting at the site with our GC and all the subs. Oh, and of course we'll be giving our check book some use giving deposits to the subs we've hired ourselves (plumbing and heating). We decided that because the fine details of the heating and plumbing systems are still evolving, it would be better for us to retain control of those portions. We also have spent quite a bit of time on the windows, so I wanted to stay in charge of the window order, in hopes of preventing errors. Because the window rough openings are cut into the SIP panels at the factory, we had to make sure that the window order was set and that the SIP construction plans matched with the window specs. Anderson windows have so many options available (probably close to 20 option categories) that it is easy to make mistakes on the order.
Posted by Jeremy and Karann at 10:42 PM