West Hull Health Hub progress
There is a real buzz in the air as the West Hull Health Hub site has seen yet more extensive transformations over April.
The project team are working as a close-knit unit and are following the mantra and current quote of the week – “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships!”
So to keep you up to date…the main building’s roof covering is nearing completion. Lightning protection has been first fixed onto the roof. The roof parapet scaffolding handrails have been removed externally, revealing the internal parapet metal decking upstand, this was followed up externally with SFS. The main building is now well on its way to being fully cladded with Cemboard, making way for the installation of ground-level brickwork, windows, doors and first-floor cladding in the coming months.
Aside from the progress made on the West Hull Health Hub site, the project team have also been involved in the delivery and lifting of the Hull Vigil pod over at Hull College. This saw Rob Page and David Major spend a day organising for the Vigil pod to be transposed off the delivery wagon, up over 35 meters using a 250-tonne crane and land the pod successfully on the Hull College roof. An outstanding achievement of collaborative efforts from a pool of local Hull companies, contributing both their time and money for a first in the country and leading the way in arts, culture and vision. 730 Vigils (people) will get to experience a view of either sunrise or sunset over the City of Hull for the next year, that will be a view to behold!
Protecting the Environment is of incredibly high importance to us, as a result, the project team have suspended works on the hedge and shrub removal at the rear of the car park due to nesting birds. These works will recommence in the Autumn after the nesting season has come to a close and a further ecology survey has been carried out.
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