The end of this week saw level 1 poured, the ground floor drainage approved, the ground floor being backfilled and compacted, and scaffolding start to go up on the North Eastern side of the building!
ON SITE AT SUNSET WEST
Take a look at what's been happening on site this week!!
We rounded out the end of last year on a high point, starting to unveil the building in all its glory as the scaffold began to come down. The New year has now started with a bang as we push hard to get these Apartments completed!
We've had some classic Wellington weather this week which has slowed the window and roof install somewhat. But given that we are semi-watertight we've been able to progress the interior fitout. Services and linings continue at a great pace!
There's a lot of progress happening behind the cover of the scaffold at the moment - we're looking forward to the day the scaffold comes down and we can fully appreciate the building and its contribution to the cityscape!
The Wellington weather has been kind to us this week! With roofing going on we are making the most of days like these to ensure the roof can be installed as soon as possible. It is also nearing the time for our beloved crane to come down - the site will feel quite different without it!
A picturesque sunrise through what will soon be an enclosed 6th Floor! Final preparations were on the way for the final slab pour, with plenty going on elsewhere in the building to keep everyone occupied!
The end of this week saw our level 5 slab poured, precast panels installed on the facade, further timber framing and gibbing up the building, and more services being installed in the risers. Once our West side scaffolding goes up, the West side of the building can get framed out and gibbed up too!
With the West side balcony steel going in and steel up to level 5, the building is starting to take shape! Winter is definitely here and the weather has worsened, but hasn't slowed us down too much yet.
Lockdown. COVID-19 has meant an end to work on site at Sunset until Alert Level 4 is lifted. The Aoraki team have gone remote and are busy planning and preparing in our bubbles till we can get back to it!