CONSTRUCTION BLOG: HEYDAY HOMES: Buzz Court
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There was no ceremonial ribbon cutting but breaking ground is exciting none the less!
After a grueling plan check process that required meeting after meeting after meeting, yet resulted in almost no changes to the plans that were submitted, we finally got 'a shovel in the ground'. The first step is to remove several feet of existing soil on the entire site to get down to stable soil, have that 'bottom' inspected, and then fill the hole back in with compacted lifts. This process, know as 'r+r' for 'removal and re-compaction', ensures that the footings of the building will be resting on clean, stable soil.