In the last fortnight we have seen a real push forward on site with an increase in the number of personnel and trades present.
The beginning of last week gave us first sight of the sump unit being delivered and positioned close to the Plough End stand. The sump unit will run parallel to the pitchside and act as a filter to prevent any dirt or debris that collects in the drainage system from entering into the storm drains.
The last section of trenches are being filled with concrete which house the shutter and cast ground beams, which are there to support brick/blockwork and to form a permanent shutter to the edge of the concrete floor slab. This positions us ready for delivery of the
steel framework, the bulk of which should start to emerge into view above ground roughly over the next fortnight.
The site is 95% clear of all excess soil, which has been used as infill where possible, with all contaminated elements removed from site successfully to a safe location for treatment.
All drainage and sewer points are now in place ready for the next phase of the build, which to our delight will see the impressive structure rise from the ground.