… has been poured into that steelwork lace, creating the ground beams that will support our new refreshment room. We are told that the foundation work will be completed by end of next month. Read more about this here http://www.svrlive.com/bridgnorth-development
It’s exciting to see concrete being poured into the steelwork frame.
More info and photos at http://www.svrlive.com/bridgnorth-development
The foundation works are involving a lot of steel and then concrete. This is fully described by the Infrastructure Manager in his reports on http://www.svrlive.com/bridgnorth-development
Over the last week or so the contractors have been excavating the ground around the piles then assembling the complicated array of reinforcing steelwork. This may look like a tangle of steel rods but their layout is carefully calculated by the structural engineer to take the loads that will ultimately be placed upon the foundations. Schedules are drawn up showing the different size rods and the order of assembly. The steel rods are then laid out and wired together to form the shapes you can see in the pictures.
November, December – contractor moves in to undertake the piling works necessary to make a stable foundation on which to construct the new building http://www.svrlive.com/bridgnorth-development
August, September, October – preparatory work by station volunteers to dismantle the corrugated hut and totally clear the site – including fetching out the spear-top fencing to be reused in the new design. pics and text at https://www.facebook.com/Bridgnorth-Station-190449097637374/
16 August 2016, granting of planning permission http://www.svrlive.com/copy-of-bridgnorth-development