The challenge this week was “debris”. Tearing it down. Accumulating it in piles. Getting it out of the building so that more tearing down could continue.
Because demolition is an inherently disruptive and noisy process, the GC’s crew must wait until late in the day before they can begin. As you may have noticed in some of the photos, much of the debris is unwieldily. Getting it out of the building, via elevator or dump chute, hasn’t been easy. Even so, over 150 cubic yards of material have already been removed.
By week’s-end, all interior glass had been removed, and almost every interior wall had also been taken down. New walls needed to separate our rented space from the rest of the floor had also been framed in. This makes it possible for the final interior walls to be pulled down and out either tonight or early next week.
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