Atrium Stairwell Plastering. Launceston Health Hub Complex.

This area of the build was a little tricky to finish. Firstly a scaffold was erected so we could build, sheet, trowel and sand the ceiling. Then it was painted and lights fitted off. Once this was done the scaffold was dismantled so we could then frame the rest of the walls and finish this space off totally. Including the massive glazed frames surrounding the stairs.

This is the access from the Lvl 1 Health Hub to Lvl 2 Early Learning Centre, or alternatively you can use the elevator.

#atrium #healthhub #launcestonplastering #philthecracks

Discovery Early Learning Centre Completed

Installed the last of 48 access panels today and I have officially handed over the Discovery Early Learning Centre to VOS Construction. What a huge effort from all involved and I truly thank my team and the Sub contractors who helped me achieve this undertaking. To my team well done men. Fantastic reviews I’ve received from the construction project manager about your efforts and professionalism. Great stuff.

To Adam and Tom, many thanks also your efforts were appreciated more than you know.(I haven’t forgot that carton Ad)

To The Platinum boys Tim and Ash. You guys also were super fantastic thoroughly enjoyed working with you both. Top quality work men.

Also quick mention to the Overton men who helped out at the end when the push was on. Thanks guys. (Cheers Rus)

Last but not least, A big shoutout to Andrew Brumby (Project Manager, VOS). Absolutely enjoyed working under your leadership, thanks for all your effort working with us on this job. Brilliant.

Also Dan Strainic ( VOS Foreman) Dan was pulled in on this job to get it moving and that he did. Working with you was great and we really got this moving with you being there on site. Big thanks from me and the boys Dan, loved your input and you made the site a happy work environment with many great laughs. Cheers bud.

To every other Tradesman who we worked with on site, cheers to you all, was great working with such professionals.

Anyway here’s some before and after photos of the Early Learning Centre and Health Hub Level 1

2 x Layer 6ml Plasterboard

This bulkhead is over 15m long and 1.6m wide. The curve on the end was achieved by wrapping 2 x layers of Flexible 6ml plaster sheet to achieve minimum thickness. It was also wet down to get this curved shaped. What a fantastic looking ceiling structure. Congrats to the architectural team from 6ty for such great design. It’s been a challenge thoroughly enjoyed to build. #excited #almosthere #teameffort #designtas #healthhub #earlylearningcentre

Bulkheads @ Early Learning Centre.

Still on the 2.7m high bulkheads at the Launceston Health Hub. When the metal framing on bottom is sheeted with 13ml thick plasterboard an external angle(exe) and arch beads will be applied to finish this ceiling space off, thus creating the desired effect the architects were after. Looking forward to seeing these spaces painted and fitted off.

#healthhub #earlylearningcentre #launceston #tasmaniandesign

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