We will begin waterproofing the building April 3rd on the North and South end of the building. Weather permitting the project should be accomplished in one week. They will pressure wash, then check the surface for cracks as well as check all window caulking. As they are coming down the building they will be viewing balcony ceilings for issues on the 2 & 6 stack as they go, and if any issues are found they will work off of the swing stage instead of bothering anyone from inside. Then finish up with elastomeric paint to manufacturers specifications.
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The board has approved to move forward with the water proofing of the North and South Face of the building. This will involves swing stage moving up and down the face inspecting wall surface, as well as check conditions of all windows and caulking. Any cracks in the outside wall surface is to be addressed by grinding, filling and finished off with coats of elastemeric paint. This project weather permitting should take approximately two weeks, and will begin at the end of March or beginning of April.
We obtained permitting, and are planning for a building power shut down on Tuesday March 21st. The reason is to change a bad breaker box on the north side of the building, and in place a disconnect box along with replace a motor on the transfer switch in the generator room. All power to the building must be off. First thing will be the transfer switch which after testing will then run the elevators and stairwell lights while the rest of the building is still down of power. We will have a full tank of diesel fuel and back up containers for the generator.
Hello everyone: This has been a very frustrating couple of months since the hurricane. Dealing with the various county agencies trying to get permits to rebuild our oceanfront deck has been and still is a challenge. Joe has had bids and we have been ready to go, but the approval process is not complete and every time we think we are there, something else is required. If you are doing your own renting, you might want to advise your renters that the facility may not be at 100%. Joe will keep this site posted as we progress.
We have awarded contract for our deck re-build to Waterbridge Contractors of Murrell Inlet. This contractor deals with bulkhead, walk ways over dunes. They are familiar with the scope of work and the permitting issues that can arise. This week we submitted for an Emergency General Permit to re-build our deck. This type of permit if approved would have had our deck built by the summer season.
Here we will post the info about the resort.
Elevators are up today.
No maintenance this week.
Pool is closed for cleaning.
Hot Tub is down for maintenance.