Tuesday, October 20, 2009

In the Details

Things are coming together in a hurry at Allan May's Northwest Contracting.

Faster than the leaves are falling off the trees. It's all about the widgets, drill holes and fittings that will make or break us when the heat is on:

the o rings, the Q decking, the flush bolts, the valve fittings.

I saw the horses in the fields, met the crew, (including 'The Welder') and learned they've just drilled 480 new holes in the refrigeration plates and the t-bars. Brian Kane is making the plywood deck upon which the structure will be based.

In spite of the fact that we're one t-bar short, the frames will be welded together tomorrow. Here it is - the length of it.

115 days until the opening of the Olympics, and we open two days prior.

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