Finally, Client wants a garage door where the window is.
And something to hold the walls together.
We bid a little more than 15k.
This structure i am told has around 250yrs.
Was worked on 40yrs ago.
All materials must pass thru the Engineer for approval
dug out a 2 ft. by 3ft. by 4ft hole for a little foundation for a concrete column for the insidewe could not dig under the brick so we drilled and inserted 14, ½ ", rebar thru the rocks and dirt, then poured.
Next we will excavate the inside and do the same.
The column will go up were we notched into the brick.
Currently working in the Republic of San Marino.
poured concrete column.
if i got the math right , to fill it took 14 cubic ft.(.35 cubic mtr. ) of concrete and it took 2 of us an hour and a half.
another half day to form it.
I agree, these small restorations are cool because your doing something different everyday.
organizing it is a pita, you have to know how to do almost everything for the fact that subs usually shy away from small jobs, or make ya wait days for them, which is unacceptable
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