November 30, 2020
The concerns that COVID 19 may cause material availability issues continue as some items are in short supply.
-The fire department and city inspector were present for the smoke testing of the welded exhaust connective piping for the hoods. Test successful.
-With the successful smoke test, the work to install the the3M fire wrap in the exhaust has been completed
-Corrective actions required by the civil engineer who designed the site services engineer completed.
-Approval Report submitted to the city by the civil engineer confirmed the site services, sidewalks and concrete work completed per the drawing design
-The application for the return of the site plan deposit was submitted to the city. With the required actions completed the city has provided a cheque in the full amount of the funds owing. The cheque was picked up at City Hall and deposited in the bank.
-The city conducted three separate site visits. The city landscape engineer and the city services engineer reported no issues with the work completed
-As a result of the planning department site visit, three items were required to be addressed. Parking lot painted line corrected, metal posts and handicapped parking signs installed. A Red Lined Drawing submitted for the additional barrier-free parking submitted accepted by the city planning manager
-Completed the first servicing of the stormceptor including vacuuming and cleaning. Going forward future servicing required at two to three-year intervals.
-Window transom installed, door at rear of building
-R60 Attic Blown-in Insulation completed
-A pressure test of the gas line showed a drop in pressure. A manufacturing defect, the seal cracked under pressure, was discovered. Part replaced and pressure testing by the mechanical contractor passed.
-Subsequent pressure testing of natural gas lines conducted by gas company passed and meter unlocked
-Interim inspection conducted by the Mechanical Engineer completed. The contractor, the engineer and the building committee present during the review