POTTERS MEDE CONSTRUCTION PICTURES

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On the 10th April 2012 the Parish Council's appointed builder, Maycock & Bennet, began construction of the new Pavilion at Potters Mede.

Below: Alan Woodger in the digger, and Peter Hollman on dumper, start the footings trench. Click the picture for the latest Youtube video of the oversite.

Dan & Matt set the level pegs for the footing concrete

The first load of concrete arrives

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Concrete pump reaches right across the site

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Tony feels the wonder of his pencil scratchings being made real

Pumping Gallagher's concrete for oversite

Walls up to wallplate height

below, the first of the three layers of insulation for the Warm Roof, here two layers of 50mm, with a further 75mm layer inside.

Gallagher's JCB breaks out the old concrete base.

Tipper Steve and Digger Mike clear concrete to Cemex Landfill

Peter, Matt and Dan level footings concrete.

Bricks finally get above ground, the start of our walls... click the picture for video

Final few shovel fulls of concrete to finish one half of oversite

TRUSSES = click the pic for video

 

 The massive roof insulation is fitted, then the membrane, and the tile battens

 

 Roof Tiling begins

Roof tiling finished, and the last couple of ridge tiles going on 

Rear roof showing Solar Panel brackets 

 Below, this is the huge loft space. Standing in what will be the main plant room, looking though the PC Archive, through the hall space, with the stairs and small plant room at the end.

 Coming through the loft to the top of the stairs, lovingly crafted by Neil. This whole staircase will be plasterboarded for fire safety, with a door at the bottom, and a store cupboard underneath.

 

This is the staircase viewd from below, and in the background is the first of Dan's brick walls that will form the lobby.(Sorry, Dan) 

Outside view, now that windows and security shutters are installed. The building is now weathertight and secure, save for the ventilation pipe openings.