The progress of the construction project, specifically regarding steel and exterior galvanized lintels, is a cause for concern.
The Slab on Grade in the Gym, Cafeteria, and Atrium needs to be poured before the first frost, and the installation of overhead steel in these areas should be prioritized.
The exterior galvanized lintels on the 4th floor east are still pending, causing a setback in the construction timeline.
The progress of the construction project, particularly concerning steel and exterior galvanized lintels, has become a matter of concern. The General Contractor has confirmed that the Slab on Grade in the Gym, Cafeteria, and Atrium will be poured before the arrival of the first frost. It is imperative for the Steel contractor to prioritize the installation of overhead steel in these areas as soon as possible. Any additional costs incurred to remove frost will not be accepted.
On another note, the exterior galvanized lintels on the 4th floor east are still pending. Despite being scheduled for delivery six weeks ago, they have not yet arrived. This delay is causing a setback in the construction timeline. It is essential for the relevant parties to expedite the delivery and installation of these lintels to maintain project momentum.
The Masonry contractor is facing the possibility of running out of work by Monday due to these delays. To ensure a smooth workflow and prevent any idle time, it is crucial to address this issue promptly. By coordinating efforts and resources efficiently, we can mitigate the risk of delays and keep the construction on track.
The project team is putting forth every effort to achieve watertight status by Christmas. However, the delays in steel installation and lintel delivery have put this goal at risk. It is important for all stakeholders involved to collaborate, communicate effectively, and take necessary actions to avoid further setbacks. By working together, we can strive to meet the target and ensure a successful project completion.