Your right, that's a lot of concrete.
The walls were poured awhile ago.
The black Bituthene (a water barrier) is put on.
It sick to the concrete and with a name like Bituthene,
I'm sure you can prouble tell what the crew calls it.
This is the impression the wooded form walls leave in the concrete.
After all the forms are taken down and cleared out, the footing for the
slab are dug and more steel is used. Bolts that hold the framed
walls are sunk into the wet concrete.
And there you have it all done and ready for framing, next spring.
This part of the cabin will be a work shop, storage and family room.
Today the crew is pouring the walls for the garage, on the upper level.
From now till the first snows, will be spent putting in French drains, back
filling behind the walls and grading the dirt, for next springs snow thaw.
It's a good start.