They say that 24 hours is a long time in politics. When it comes to progressing our building it seems that six days is such a short time. On Saturday our Roving reporter submitted these pictures to the News Desk….. Construction of the interior walls was well advanced, but still a Read more about Clad All Over…..[…]
Working on a project of the size of the Museum & Heritage Centre it can be difficult to appreciate the progress being made when the work undertaken is not immediately obvious to the casual observer. A case in point has been the installation of the ‘Dwangs’ & the electrics. For several weeks the interior of Read more about Steady Progress….[…]
The picture speaks for itself……
Steady progress is being made with the Heritage Centre & Museum. Externally, the roof & gutters are finished and the battens to which the external cladding will be attached have been put into place. Windows have been inserted and we await the delivery of the doors. It won’t be long until it is wind & Read more about Progress Report[…]
All finished on the roof, scaffolding away. Battens on the walls ready to fix the external cladding. Roddy up in the roof space fitting the ‘Dwangs’ for the partitions to be attached to. Has anybody checked the roof for leaks yet? Yes, it’s fine!
Hot off the press from our Roving Reporter…. This years AGM in our own Heritage Centre & Museum?
Our Monday night field agent submitted these photographs to the News Desk which illustrates the progress made by the team. It is interesting to see just how much space there will be in the building. The addition of the scaffolding and internal supports makes it even more like ‘Bayko’! Most of Read more about Bayko Building Progress[…]
The walls on the Heritage Centre & Museum are constructed from Insulated Concrete Forms which are rigid plastic forms that hold concrete in place whilst curing and remain in place afterwards to serve as thermal insulation for concrete walls. The specialist construction team arrived on site on the Monday having driven all the way up Read more about Bayko Building?[…]
The concrete floor is in place as of tonight (Monday)… As ever, click the images to enlarge. Follow this link to a Slo-Mo of the concrete being poured. It makes it look all to easy!! Thanks to Callum for installing the technology.
The underfloor of the Heritage Centre & Museum is looking very colourful these days! This is the gas membrane required to ensure that nothing noxious seeps into the building from the old underground workings. If it can’t be seen from space at the moment we are sure that the pilots from Edinburgh Airport are finding Read more about Gas Proof….[…]