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CSI Construction Update 9.29.2011

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This week 470 yards of concrete was successfully poured and forms are being stripped.  Underpinning at Harney is in the final phase.   The next concrete pour is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2011.  The excavation contractor will be onsite to continue grading against Harney and continue off haul starting on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.

CSI Construction Update 9.22.2011

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Underpinning at Harney is continuing this week and should be complete by September 30th.  Tomorrow, Friday, September 23rd could be a very noisy day for Harney occupants as the workers chip away at the existing footing in various sections with a hoe ram.  This noisy work is expected to be completed by the end of the day Friday.  Monday will be a very big day as it is the first official large concrete pour, 470 yards of concrete will be poured.  Tuesday will continue with more concrete, pouring approximately 270 yards.  Today the iron workers are completing the doweling on the west portion of the site.  The week of October 3rd will be exciting as the project begins to go vertical.  Off haul wil also resume that week and is expected to be completed by mid to late October.

CSI Construction Update 9.15.2011

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Underpinning at Harney is continuing this week and will continue through the next one to two weeks.  This will include very loud chipping noise due to the need to chip away at a portion of the concrete footing for Harney.  The first large concrete pour is set to occur on Thursday, September 22 in the southwest corner of the site.  The concrete pumps will be installed soon as they will be pouring the base for the concrete pump this week.  Limited excavation activities will continue and should be completed by the end of the month, though minor excavation for footings shall continue into mid October. 

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