THE CONSTRUCTION WORK RECOMMENCED ON THE 2nd JUNE 2020 AFTER THE END OF THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN.
Our Workers Clearing the Construction Site in Preparation to Recommence Work
Construction Material Being Delivered to the Site
Workers Continue with the Column Work for New Buildings in the Lower Zone
Cranes in Operation and an Excavation Truck Clearing the Area
Preparation of Construction Material
Workers Prepare the Construction Area in the Upper Zone to Continue with the Next Level Bracing
Workers Prepare the Scaffold for the Instant Formwork, after its Delivery from the Lower Area by Tower Crane
Some Heavy Rainfall Forced Workers to Temporarily Halt Construction for Safety Reasons
The workers’ camp has been rebuilt after all workers moved out due to COVID-19 prevention
measures. After the easing of the lockdown, they returned to work and set up their camp once
SOIL PROTECTION WORK
Soil protection work was affected by the lockdown, too. Although a few members of staff were allowed to work onsite, the inter-provincial traveling restrictions made it impossible to procure the necessary materials to complete the work. This meant that we had no choice but to postpone soil protection measures until the easing of restrictions.
This work recommenced on the 2nd June 2020 after the lockdown was lifted. Progress has been prompt, to get this project finished and protect the soil before the rainy season comes in full force.
The Team Accepting the Delivery of the Soil Protection Work Material
Sand, Cement, and Water is Mixed, and then Sprayed onto the Surface of the Soil to Protect and
The soil nailing instruments: As part of the soil protection measures, workers nail the soil by inserting 8-meter-long metal pipes into the soil, and then spray the mixed cement into the pipes. Then, they allow the cement to dry and adhere to the soil. This protects the surface of the soil on the high ground, particularly in the hilltop construction area.
The Entire Shotcrete and Soil Nailing Area