Acqua - Cru Construct Update - October 2019
At Acqua Beachside Residences the Cru Construct team and our amazing crew of local trades are working hard following a couple of days of wet weather earlier in the month.
Scaffolding is coming down
We've started the process of taking down the scaffolding, with the southern and eastern elevations being removed by early November and balance progressively following.
The pool construction has commenced with the pool structure on track to be completed by early November.
The internal finishes within the building continue to advance with partition sheeting well underway on level six.
Both lifts are operational and basements have had storage cages installed and line marking completed.
Roofing works are now completed and air conditioning platforms have been installed.
Interior painting, joinery and stone benchtops
Painting is well underway both internally and externally, and joinery is complete to level five.
Plush wool carpet and timber flooring is looking very sharp - flowing through to stunning kitchen areas.
Stone bench tops are installed up to level five with the stone splashbacks and waterfall edge benchtops exuding sophisticated elegance.
Feature timber joinery in the kitchen is a subtle, yet considered touch by the interiors team, and pairs well with the warmth of the timber floors and crisp finish of the white kitchen cabinetry.
Balustrade framing installation continues ahead of the scaffolding removal.
External aluminium blade feature screens have commenced installation along with rooftop landscaping.
The gas hot water plant has been commissioned, and firefighting pump equipment has been commissioned and tested.
Feature façade treatments, including the sandstone inspired walls, have been completed, leaving only the ground floor café and fitness centre areas to be completed.
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Information relating to construction updates is a general summary only and may be subject to change depending on construction programs, suppliers, external contractors or weather events.