Health Hub Smoke Walls

Good week from the team. Framing coming along well both downstairs in the AWA Tenancy and upstairs in the Early Learning Childhood Centre. These last few days we have been preparing the compartmentation walls (smoke walls) up high on the scaffolding and scissor lift. Looking to sheet these walls in the Atrium area, get them troweled, sanded and painted so can remove flooring underneath to installed Glazed Framed Windows. #progress #healthhub #philthecracks #launcestonplasterer

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Health Hub Progress

Great week from the team. Construction meeting was held and the best plan of attack for this project was determined. Ceilings are well underway and the first room among many has been framed. Great effort men, looking forward to next weeks challenges. #healthhub #medhub #philthecracks #progress

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MedHub Plastering Finished

What a busy last month the Phil The Crack Team has had. As of tomorrow the 12/4/19 the MedHub will be officially due to be handed over to the clients. Would like to thank my team and the team from VOS, lead by Andrew Brumby and David Reid, for a pleasant work environment and professionalism that is second to none. Great achievement by all and was a privilege to work on this site. #teameffort #handover

Plastering A Skylight

Now this is a skylight. Over 2 metres deep and 1800 wide. Used a special scissor lift to access this space to sheet and trowel. #skylights #hobartplasterer #tasmania

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Stages of Firewall Construction

1: Remove Old Ceiling

scamander fire rated linings

 

2: Frame up Firerated wall above Ceiling:

the one i want to use

3: Re-Sheet Fyrcheck Plasterboard Ceiling:

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4: Replace Existing Timber Beads:

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5: Trowel Joins and Screw Holes.

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6: Paint it and your Done.

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Thats one side of the 2 adjoining units and currently we are performing the exact same steps on the otherside in unit 2.

You are required to install firewall according to Australian Safety Standards and get Council to inspect wall and sign off before you finish.

Regards

Phil

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