Off-set Pegs - these are a good sign.
They mean the area is being surveyed for the 2 Garden Sheds' foundations.
The bobcat is levelling out the site.
It is now raining most days so the site is becoming very muddy and working temperatures are much cooler.
Josh and Taylor construct the formwork for the concrete foundations.
It is proving to be a challenge because the granite rock is not far below the surface. Some of the formwork has to be shaped to go up and over the rock.
Horizontal bars of reinforcing steel are tied in place.
The vertical reinforcing steel coming up in the middle of the walls is held in place with wooden boards and wires.
City Concrete Pumping arrives with the pump truck and crew.
The cement mixer is not far behind.
The pump hose is put in place over the farthest footing and the crew swings into action.
Taylor removes the formwork.
The newly poured foundations were covered with tarpaulins and left over the weekend to cure. Josh left the formwork up for an extra day just to be sure the concrete footings had enough strength before continuing the work.