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Friday, 12 August 2011

11th August Visit to Foresters, Harpenden

As I drove into Harpenden, it was spitting with rain, and I feared it might continue for my entire time on site, so it was not too surprising that Trevor should greet me with “Well, this time you have failed! This is the first time it hasn’t been sunny or at least good weather for your visits?” I think he was pleased that I could not continue with my comments that I often brought sunshine with me!

Jarvis are pressing ahead with the roofs currently and so I made the first task that of climbing the crane tower for some shots either at their level or from above. When later I was alongside the roofers, some plumbers were there too, and they told me to look at the crane hook as someone had high-jacked a flatulent gnome kidnapping it and and had banished it to the crane hook! Boys will be Boys; even when grown men!

The skeletal aluminium framework for partitioning is going in at the ground floor, and more of the underfloor heating piping, and down in the basement which is now a large storage area , plumbing, drainage, electrical cabling and even signage is going in. Looking beyond the skin of scaffolding the final shape is becoming ever more obvious.

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