How the heck do I have so many pictures of different projects and equipment working? — Mostly because construction isn’t a M-F industry. The job has to get done. Often times the quicker it happens the more money you make. Paying out 20 hours of overtime every week is worthwhile if you can complete the job faster. Every other industry in the US is terrified of overtime but construction companies often require it. Working Saturday’s doesn’t suck if you’re making 1.5 times your hourly rate... I find it funny when people compare hourly rates with construction. They don’t quite understand that a 60 hour week at $20 an hour base is the same as a 40 hour week at $35 an hour. And the best part is that 60 hours in the field feels shorter than 40 cooped up in an office.
A 306 m long underground connection with six vehicle lanes, the Marieholm Tunnel, is currently being realized in Sweden. Three tunnel sections, each measuring more than 100 m long, are being produced in a dry dock with the help of a PERI VARIOKIT Tunnel #Formwork Carriage and will subsequently be submerged in a trench excavated on the riverbed.
This unusual #tunnelproject required intensive and close cooperation between all parties involved. #PERI engineers were involved very early in the planning so that the execution idea could be developed into a cost-effective overall concept in collaboration with #Züblin Scandinavia AB.
The scheduled construction time is 6 years with the opening planned for 2020.
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【松戸の診療所1】 千葉県松戸市で診療所のフルリノベーションプロジェクト。 現場の風景。 LGSの柱がミース・ファン・デル・ローエののバルセロナパビリオンみたいです。 【Clinic 1 of Matsudo】 The construction of full renovation project in Matsudo city, Chiba. Scenery of construction site. The pillar looks like a Barcelona Pavilion was designed by Mies van der Rohe.
Left to right, side view and back of house. Eventually there will be French doors leading to back deck. Just above Taki are the three kitchen windows above the sink. Notice the huge piles of dirt are gone as back filling was completed today! #constructionsite#buildingourhome#construction#framing