Aged care building works 'challenged by rain'
The building works program at a Woy Woy aged care home "continues to be challenged by the significant rains".
Blue Wave Living chief executive Mr Matt Downie said: "Most notably the rain forecast has pushed back concrete pours and slab establishment a number of times now.
"However it was pleasing to finally get the new private patio pads and the central courtyard pathway poured recently on our eastern side.
"Looking ahead, we are hopeful to doing the concrete pour for the main eastern building extension slab from mid next week onwards.
"This slab establishment will continue through until the end of May.
"Some work will commence inside the building on our south western wing end, where the buildings are going to be joined.
"There will be some noise associated with demolition work scheduled to continue through until Tuesday, May 31.
"Other works around the site continue, with plumbers continuing at establishing in ground services.
"Work is also continuing externally to the north of the building where in-ground services have to be established and ultimately a new road formed.
"Landscaping works for the central courtyard on the eastern end are pencilled in to occur in June.
"We continue to look forward to these works progressing, and ultimately delivering new spaces for our residents to enjoy and live in, at BlueWave."
Social media, 20 May 2022
Matt Downie, Blue Wave Living