St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic High school – working on the 2nd floor

It’s been an exciting journey so far, and we’re thrilled to have reached this milestone. Our pre-cast contractor has already laid the foundation for our 2nd floor and next week our masonry contractor will be completing the load bearing walls. We are in need of lintels and Hollow Metal Door Frames to keep the work going, and we will need the same in July when we start on the 3rd floor. Steel columns are also necessary for the west side of the building. Meanwhile, our mechanical and electrical contractors are working well with our masonry contractor. Our goal is to be watertight before winter hits. With all of these components in place, we are confident that we will reach our goal and complete our project on time.

Below is scary! AI is following our progress.

Congratulations on reaching this milestone in your construction project! It sounds like you have made great progress with the foundation and are now moving on to the load bearing walls. Lintels and Hollow Metal Door Frames are essential components for the construction process, and it’s good to hear that you’re planning ahead for the next phases of the project as well.

Steel columns for the west side of the building will provide the necessary structural support, and it’s important to have these components in place to ensure the stability and integrity of the structure.

The collaboration between your mechanical, electrical, and masonry contractors is crucial for the smooth progress of the project. Coordinating the efforts of different teams is essential for efficient construction.

Your goal of achieving a watertight building before winter is commendable. It’s important to address weatherproofing concerns to protect the interior from any potential damage caused by moisture. Being proactive in this regard will help you stay on track and ensure the project’s timely completion.

Overall, it sounds like you have a well-planned project and a positive outlook for reaching your goals. Best of luck with the remaining construction work, and may the project continue to progress smoothly.

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