This afternoon, we started the tidy up process. We have finished building
the walls of the swimming lane, as part of this stage of construction goes.
We are now using the excellent space for storage and we are re-organising
the site to move various items around.
Like for example, all the concrete blocks we got delivered the other day, they will be very useful as “piles” to make sure our materials will stand clear of any water that probably will accumulate in the swimming lane!
We have blocked off the other end of the lane with the rest of the fat 215mm blocks to stop (hopefully) the mud and dirt from leaking in the swimming lane, off the workshop’s higher grounds. The DPM is long enough to stretch right across the end and wrap around the front wall. We now got 3 columns of blocks, stacked up 7 high, with the DPM plastic sandwiched in between them.
at the Beginning of the lane, we will put the OSB sheet stack, followed by two
stacks of the CLS timber (the 63mm and 89mm pieces). Then a stack of the odd
and ends timber that came from the old house, and finally a stack of old
pallets and other equipment.
We can really have a good old tidy up and sort out where future delivery of
more timber and sheet material can go. This will maximise flexibility of