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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Sun Greets the Workers Return to Harpenden Site

After the snow, frost and Christmas, work resumes pouring concrete in sunshine for most of the morning. The site was alive with everyone working hard to make up for lost time. Toureen’s site office cabin had been transferred over to the slab, re-inforcing steel rods were being bound together, shuttering being prepared, concrete being poured, levelled and smoothed; the levels being assessed from the concrete already laid using a Laser Leveller.

After one area had been smoothed, the compressor and water spray were lifted by crane to a new location, to keep the concrete watered whilst being levelled and smoothed. I am sure the sunshine helped to keep spirits up, but certainly back in Caddington by the afternoon the rain had arrived.

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