We have the entire building insulated and between the rooms. The plumbing is complete.
The woman-owned small business prepares home cooked meals with local ingredients for Ruby Valley residents. There are so many trenches around that is practically impossible to walk the site. Several of the doors have glass in them, so we will be able to see what is on the other side of the room.
In the big inside "exercise room" which will be for day boarders we will have 2 cameras which will allow customers to view their dogs from their computers. The electrical is all finished outside of receiving the 2 light poles in the parking lot area.
The doggy exercise room has 2 very large ones - 4' x 4' and on a sunny day we do not need to use any of the overhead lights. Grant funding will go towards infrastructure improvements they are implementing to achieve Good Agricultural Practices GAP certification. With this type of red tape you can wonder how anything actually gets done.
We do plan to have a number on the building itself.
The phone company has brought in their lines to the pole and connected it to our underground lines. Needless to say, what a waste of city time and resources.
Apparently, there is still plenty of work for contractors out there, and so to find one who wants to do this small project is difficult. The holes for the pole lights have been dug and just passed inspection.
Once planning approved the sign, then the sign company had trouble with the building department. We are going for a final inspection tomorrow.
The property gate got tweaked so as to be "dog proof.
It was an argument I had with him at the beginning of the project. I had assured him that the Civil Engineer designed it this way, but this inspector who is NOT a civil engineer was too busy trying to point out how he was right by definition.
I had assured him that the Civil Engineer designed it this way, but this inspector who is NOT a civil engineer was too busy trying to point out how he was right by definition. The stucco company did a very nice job. This includes the cattery, isolation room, the feeding room and grooming room.
Once the lateral pipes are placed we can begin our foundation work. I told the contractor today, that he should have just had a hole and it would have been easier to work around everything!. Around the piers there are underground trenches for both the sewer as well as the storm drains.
A lot of dirt has been dug out of the holes, and so again we have large piles of dirt all over the lot. In addition, we have 2 smaller canopies for the outdoor play area. As a result of the trade mission meetings, Agile Data Solutions of Missoula already has several software demos deployed, while other businesses established key relationships to build new business partners.
Who could stand a job where everybody is always screaming at you - including us. The identification of the locations had to be exact and one can see the forms and string lines crisscrossing the piers. HouseCarers was the first platform to offer a house sitting match service back in A long-standing, highly rated international site, with listings in countries around the world.
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