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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,10:13 QUOTE

Irish, you mean the cut on the gable or the garage door. The gable is a lovely bit of work, seen a lovely knee in carved stone out in the peaks real tasty bit of work

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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,12:20 QUOTE

Quote (irishpaving @ 10 Aug. 2010,08:05)
Even with the saw LLL i cant believe how spot on the line is...

which line are we talking about Colm?
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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,15:01 QUOTE

Gable mate

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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,15:40 QUOTE

you just tack 2 battens on to the rafters top and bottom and ping a line along them,
its been a wet one in luton today, hows MK?
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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,15:44 QUOTE

Same m8... Gone quiet again for me at mo.. hows things your way mate

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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,16:57 QUOTE

we picked up a couple of jobs that will see us till november,have you tried the motorway?
I heard they are taking on men
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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,22:04 QUOTE

Nice knees , LLL. Dont see that sort of detail these days. Nice touch, was it spec or you being a bit artistic?



Must say, quite a respectable chod in lane three of that IC.

:D :D :D

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Posted: 11 Aug. 2010,21:09 QUOTE

footings dug



concrete being poured



built the BWK up to dpc today but was too sore for pics more to follow
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Posted: 11 Aug. 2010,21:14 QUOTE

you relaying the paving as well tony? doesn;t look much sub base under it to have that wagon run over it without sinking?

to sore, you're getting old ;)


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Posted: 11 Aug. 2010,21:22 QUOTE

I hate nosebleeds giles,especially with concrete blocks and even more since my sorcerer's apprentice went off to pastures new
any bricklayer will tell you its pants working on your jacks
RE: the paving,of course it will be made good
the grab lorry shattered an ic cover which i replaced,which the fully laden concrete wagon then shattered again,even with a sheet of ply on it
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drains and stone up tomorrow AM ,funeral in the PM
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Posted: 11 Aug. 2010,21:32 QUOTE

i knew you would make it good but wondered if you'd redo the whole thing

haha we have some steel plates 15mm thick about 450 wide x 1000 we use for covering ic etc or acco when running plant or wagons over.


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Posted: 11 Aug. 2010,23:30 QUOTE

no, we will just make good
i took 15 photos before we started as it has been well abused  and we wont be repairing  stuff  others have done
its a council owned road and we are working direct for the council so its up to them,the way the money is, it will probably be made good
TBh not much of a road ,but thats all they have for the close
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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:27 QUOTE

8 am this morning



9.30  am


10 am




10.45  (bored yet?)



12.00 after tea break


2.45  get in the pick up lads


all in all not a bad weeks work considering i was at a funeral yestarday,nice site and plenty of tea makes the lout a happy man

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:30 QUOTE

Nice work, LLL.

Did you rebar the slab?
Just wondering if it made a difference in domestic or not?

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:31 QUOTE

apologies for being thick, but how do you know exactly where to put the sewer pipe tony, or more precisely, the 90' bend inside the extension?

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:46 QUOTE

"LLL closes eyes and plonks finger in random area within slab"

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:49 QUOTE

no rebar hen
just st4 concrete which the driver informed me is the same mix as they are using on the motorway  = C30

we have detailed plans dan once the footprint is up ,its a simple task to measure off 2 walls

it is a wet room type construction at the end closest to the road ,so we have to use a harmer gully  and altro flooring

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,17:51 QUOTE

I thought that was the case tony!!

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Posted: 13 Aug. 2010,19:13 QUOTE

Master Class Tony, you should set up a time lapse camera and put the lot on you tube.

Not forgetting to cut out the bit where your scratching your arse with your trowel and juggling your nuts  ???


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for some reason the lads get all camera shy
summat to do with crime stoppers :;):
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