Additional cores are required in structural podium slab/deck post concrete pour.
[08/10/16] The Structural Engineer has approve some of the proposed locations. Four locations proposed were rejected due to structural impacts.
[08/17/16] The General Contractor has submitted alternate core locations to the Architect and Structural Engineer. These alternate locations will be x-rayed to determine if they are viable locations.
[08/24/16 – 09/14/16] Evaluation of alternate locations is on-going. One proposed location has been identified as being in conflict with a developer-provided lighting fixture and the Developer has agreed to relocate this fixture.
[09/21/16] Locations of proposed cores have been reviewed and approved by the design and construction team.
Main Entrance Door Drainage
[08/10/16]The Developer has noted that moving the drains further away from the store will affect ADA entrance slopes. A trench drain system is being researched to determine the best solution and it will be presented to the store for review and approval.
[08/17/16] A trench drain product has been identified and has been presented to the General Contractor for review with the design team.
[08/24/16 – 09/14/16] A slot/grate drain option has been selected and is now being reviewed by Store representatives.
[09/21/16] The proposed drain solution has been reviewed and approved by the design and construction team.
[08/24/16 – 09/14/16] A issue with the current construction of the store and its proximity to construction going on at the adjacent mall structure has been identified. Information forthcoming.
[09/21/16] Issues with construction proximity have been evaluated and have been determined to not hinder the work of either the Developer’s or the store’s construction teams.
Masonry Enclosure for AT&T Conduits
[08/24/16] An absence of rebar has been noted in the masonry enclosure which contains the incoming AT&T conduits. The General Contractor is confirming this with the Developer’s Contractors to determine that this is correct.
[09/14/16] Rebar has been verified as being required and is scheduled to be installed by 09/20/16.
[09/21/16] While no additional details have been provided, the General Contractor has indicated that scanning of the concrete deck will be performed on 09/22/16. This is being done presumably to determine if adequate reinforcing has been installed/properly installed.
[09/14/16] A 6″ masonry bump-out at the store’s elevator #2 has been identified and needs to be removed to facilitate proper installation of the elevator equipment.
[09/21/16] The identified concrete bump-out has been removed (completed 09/20/16) and final concrete repairs are scheduled to be complete 09/23/16.
[09/21/16] The utility company’s (SDGE) third-party installation crew was scheduled to have the permanent equipment installed and powered-up on 09/20/16 but did not show up on site as scheduled. The General Contractor is attempting to obtain a new schedule so that removal of the temporary generator set can be additionally be scheduled.
[09/21/16] As the construction process is on track and the enclosure of the store structure needs to be completed soon the General Contractor is confirming with all of the sub-contractors to ensure that the proposed dismantle date of the tower crane of 10/09/16 is still viable. As the crane is located within the footprint of the store construction it needs to be removed to facilitate roof construction and enclosure of the structure.
The assembly of the tower crane is now complete and the structural steel is being delivered to the site in preparation for the start of steel assembly on July 11. Additionally, the base plate studs have been welded and are ready for vertical steel column members.