The project was a challenging one due to the rocky terrain. In some areas, helical piers could not be used, and the team had to resort to hand digging. This added a significant amount of manual labor to the project, but the team was determined to overcome this obstacle. Most of the caissons had to be 30″x30″x36″ deep. A lot of jack hammering was taking place.
Another factor that made this project particularly difficult was the timing. The construction started during the winter, which happened to be one of the coldest winters in history. The extreme weather conditions posed additional challenges, such as freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall. However, our team persevered through these adverse conditions.
One of the main priorities in designing this project was to ensure that the stairs would come down near the hot tub. This required careful planning and precise measurements to ensure a seamless integration between the deck and the hot tub area. We understood the importance of creating a functional and aesthetically pleasing space for the client.