Clubhouse Heating and Cooling System

Steep Slope Modifications

RETAINING WALL INSTALL
RETAINING WALL INSTALL

Work on the new ramp pathway from A building down to the meadow area. The old pathway was too steep to safely navigate. The new asphalt path will be just above the retaining wall:

RETAIN WALL LEVELING
RETAIN WALL LEVELING

Once the blocks are all in place and backfilled I will set metal anchors in the ground to attach railing to. The path will then get a layer of new asphalt.

This is the next steepest asphalt grade between buildings J and K. Next week a contractor will install new concrete stairs here. When he is finished we will regrade the asphalt on both ends of the stairs. I will build steel pipe handrails here as well

RETAINING WALL INSTALL
RETAINING WALL INSTALL

Work on the new ramp pathway from A building down to the meadow area. The old pathway was too steep to safely navigate. The new asphalt path will be just above the retaining wall:

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Asphalt Repairs

Ready for Asphalt

Chris LeGassey got a new asphalt walkway!

Path curves modified at Clubhouse.

Uplifted asphalt was replaced at Clubhouse.

The drain line under the walkway was repaired.

Than Asphalted

Water Valve Replacements

Clubhouse Valve

Clubhouse Valve

Unit D-2

Unit D-2

Unit B-1

Unit B-1

B and C Garden

B and C Garden

SlabJack Sidewalk Repairs

Starting at N Bldg

Pool Filter Repair

PATCHED FILTER HOUSING
PATCHED FILTER HOUSING

The pool filter has been leaking since last summer, I assumed it was a plumbing joint. As it turns out the plastic filter body has a split next to the drain in the bottom. A new filter set up costs about $1,500.00 I decided to try a patch with water-curing rubberized polyurethane caulking. I patched it from the inside so that once cured the high water pressure would press the patch into the crack. It worked great, the patch stuck and it doesn’t leak now.

Closeup Patch Repair
Closeup Patch Repair

PATCHED FILTER HOUSING
PATCHED FILTER HOUSING

The pool filter has been leaking since last summer, I assumed it was a plumbing joint. As it turns out the plastic filter body has a split next to the drain in the bottom. A new filter set up costs about $1,500.00 I decided to try a patch with water-curing rubberized polyurethane caulking. I patched it from the inside so that once cured the high water pressure would press the patch into the crack. It worked great, the patch stuck and it doesn’t leak now.

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K-Bldg Drain Project

K-Bldg Drain1

This is the SW corner of building K showing the downspout draining into the drain from the stairwell basin with clean outs

K-Bldg Drain2

The clean outs were installed backwards for some reason and the drain plugged this last winter between the two clean outs and it was difficult to clear. The soil had built up above the siding and was beginning to rot the building so I removed the whole plumbing mess

K-Bldg Drain3

And replaced it with new properly aligned clean outsDescribe your image.

K-Bldg Drain4

Filled and topped with drain rock