Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North is a non-profit, multifaith-based housing program. Habitat invites people from the broad spectrum of social, ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds to work in partnership to build homes and hope with families in need.
The Sudbury, North Bay and Timmins branches of Habitat for Humanity have pooled their resources with groups in Muskoka. A new regional organization has been created called Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Construction Daily Log, Patty Parsons Build
Date: September 28, 2010
Rob Abbott reporting
On Site: Site Supervisor: Frank Fraser Volunteers: Rob, Brian J, The Stooges: Tom-TEN, Jim, and Mike R.; Jack, Sue, Bill Niess, SuperNan, Willy F., and a neighbour of Frank's who's name I didn't get. Contractors: None Visitors: Howard
Daily Log: It was a wet day for golfing, so we had a large crew. The Stooges got the tub framed and placed in 1014A, others worked on the ceiling vapour barrier, while Brian J, got that acoustical sealant (more often referred to as that black #@*%) under the poly along the top plate and just about everywhere else in 1014A. More insulation and some of the party wall sound batts arrived. The phone and TV cables got run for 1014A. With the last of the volunteers leaving around 3, we closed up for the day.
Action/Follow-Up Items: Get HPN to finish rough-in plumbing Get someone else to advise on chimney stacks (I've got a call into Stevensons) Get contractor to do front eave detail. (Ed V. Was supposed to drop by). Get Corey to move electrical for 1014A Bathroom Check on door swing for 1014A bathroom - Rob Revise vanity for 1014A - Rob
Next Days/Week Plan: Wednesday - Saturday - Vapour barrier and insulation; interior and exterior - and maybe the plumbers
Volunteer Requirements: We have work for a large crew. Lots of jobs.
Materials/Tools: Fix Sure Shots - NOTE: I had both apart a number of times, but to no avail; they're FUBAR.