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Posted: 07 Aug. 2010,18:43 QUOTE

last couple of weeks


this morning at 8 AM







this afternoon at 4 pm


job done nice and safe with 150 of scaffold

ready for the abuse :laugh:

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Posted: 07 Aug. 2010,19:51 QUOTE

that looks very good work from where I am sitting, very nice indeed :)

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Posted: 07 Aug. 2010,20:38 QUOTE

cheers mick
its the new variation of dartmoor heathers,same as the old ones but with bigger holes?
the mate i did it for kept trying to cut corners but i did my best to give him a decent job
i refused to build the gable last night off towers so he had to get the scaffs in
they pulled up at 8.30 today and smashed straight into his retaining wall
what is it with scaffolders???
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Posted: 07 Aug. 2010,21:56 QUOTE

Quote (lutonlagerlout @ 07 Aug. 2010,20:38)
.....they pulled up at 8.30 today and smashed straight into his retaining wall
what is it with scaffolders???

Nice work LLL

I guess the scaffolders are trying to keep you in work  :p


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Posted: 08 Aug. 2010,10:19 QUOTE

That looks like really good workmanship.
There really is a difference between a good job and a very good job!
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Posted: 08 Aug. 2010,18:33 QUOTE

nice job as always mate.

at 8am i was personally thinking why in gods name did i eat that kebab last night. :p


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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,14:53 QUOTE

As always Tony great work I like the detail on the corners made out if the tiles, not quiet what to call them but I like them.

Not worth risking it for 150 is it


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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,17:29 QUOTE

they are called knees giles,they are not truly correct but because they used roofing tiles on the house then i had to follow suit to make them match
normally i would use a flat creasing tile for that detail
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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,17:48 QUOTE

new job today,decided after the recent dry spell that discretion was the better part of valour and got a small machine and small dumper in
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4 Pm waiting for bco before we pull the last trench




anyone seen an IC like this before?




job we did a while back ,railings fitted now



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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,18:31 QUOTE

I see you used tjc hire there. I have an account with them, but haven't used them for about 10 years!. I tend to use whoever is local to where i am working, and i don't get out to leighton buzzard much!

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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,19:11 QUOTE

i didnt hire them i just rang the digger guy and went with the flow
he loves those takeuchis but found the 1.5T a little underpowered in the rock hard ground we were on
he owns a 3t and 5 t and they would eat it alive but the access is bad
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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,21:07 QUOTE

i pulled up on a job this morning, new gas main connection, just putting the trench in, about 10 metres was done in under an hour, nice to get paid full day for that haha, so went and jumped on the rugby club job we can move again just about got 3/4 done now. photos later...

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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,22:16 QUOTE

How do you get the cuts so perfect LLL

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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,22:25 QUOTE

25 years on the trowel mate
experience i suppose
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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,22:29 QUOTE

those trowel cuts mate

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Posted: 09 Aug. 2010,23:26 QUOTE

OC not colm
you can see the stihl in the photies
have to say the making good round the IC is second to none :;):
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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,06:00 QUOTE

That manhole is called a marscarbowl, osma used to make them a few years back, so simple design but never took of  building control at 4pm our lot are back in office at 2.30.....MSH :)

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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,07:07 QUOTE

cheers mark ,
i knew someone here would know :)
after the recent cuts (2 bcos got their jotters)
they all have to work later,in fact he didnt turn up till 4.45
better than not at all though
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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,08:05 QUOTE

Even with the saw LLL i cant believe how spot on the line is...

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Posted: 10 Aug. 2010,08:07 QUOTE

is that a little bit of concrete around the ic.... ???

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