Nistler CoBPA Early May Progress Update

Progress Update

Installation of the sloped roof vapor barrier has begun on sequence 2 and 3. The sloped roof decking is complete. Sequence 1 flat roof installation has began this week with insulation being laid out and epdm Rubber Roofing adhered. Level 4 clearstory windows are being installed this week. Exterior framing continues to move into sequence 3. Sheathing on the west side has begun in sequence 1 and 2. Inside the building, ductwork installation continues to progress to the north on first and second floor. Overhead mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and interior framing has started on 1st level. On levels 2 and 3 work continues progressing north.

Photo Update

Quality Corner

Safety and quality go hand in hand. We focus heavily on identifying safety and quality risks/hazards prior to starting of work scope. As each new trade starts their scope, they fill out a document called a Quality Hazard Analysis (QHA). Field and office leadership contribute to the QHA by writing down any major quality issues with their work that they’ve had on past projects or that they see as risks on this one. Plans are then put in place to mitigate and prevent these risks before they materialize. It all comes down to planning!

Upcoming Work

  • Sequence 2 Duct installation

  • Sequence 2 Flat Roofing

  • Sequence 1 and 2 Sheathing, Blocking, and Air Barrier

  • Sequence 2 in wall rough-in

  • Sequence 3 slab pours

  • Sequence 1 insulation of mechanical pipes

  • Sequence 3 Slab on Grade Pour

Did You Know?

This week is Safety Week on site and it was initially started in 2014, when more than 40 national and global construction firms comprising the Construction Industry Safety Initiative (CISI) group and the Incident and Injury Free (IIF) CEO Forum joined forces with a single aim: to inspire everyone in the industry to be leaders in safety.