Constructing “Phase 2” of our project involves a very large and complex assortment of equipment and individuals moving onto, within, and around the construction area every day. TriCity has had to consider this size and complexity when arranging for on-site safety and security for their sub-contractors and associated equipment.
Based on their assessment, they have determined that the site will be completely “closed” to the public. There will be no viewing holes cut into the walls. In a short period of time there will also be a structure placed over the top of the sidewalk so that materials can be lifted into and out of the site without danger to pedestrians.
ANYONE entering onto the site (opening the door and stepping inside) must be clothed appropriately – steel-toed boots, hard hat, and hi-vis vest. As owners of the property, it is very much to our advantage and peace-of-mind to know we have a safe and secure work-place!
The lane was closed for drilling for anchors and the wheelchair access modified. (Photos 1 & 2)
Photo 3: looking east (from near the church’s front entry).
Photo 4: some of the machinery at work on site: horizontal drilling for anchors.