Scheduling update as of June 7

Stonemark has just released the following schedule update, subject to the usual disclaimers. How nice it would be to have everything done by early December! We’ll hope the contractors buy in to this timeline. The text below is from Stonemark’s pdf newsletter.Image

As you know, the schedule has been delayed on the early clusters. The project team is working hard to schedule construction activities for the balance of the units. In order NOT TO delay publishing a schedule to homeowners and as a management tool, we have prepared a tentative schedule for completion of the project by December 4, 2013. This is a one-month delay from the original plan. However, please note that there are a number of issues being considered in an effort to improve the schedule and bring it back to the original completion date. These variables may include re-sequencing of activities, retention of additional crews for key tasks, acceleration of some tasks and start dates, etc. Naturally, these changes could result in earlier or later work in clusters for certain tasks in order to optimize the assembly-line and overall completion dates.

Therefore please accept the following as our best estimates for start and completion dates. Note that start dates represent the early start date for trellis and deck work, which precedes the main sequence of construction by three to four weeks. Some roofing work will also be performed independently of the main body of work.

Schedules are naturally subject to change. Going forward, we will provide monthly updates to all homeowners identifying progress and any projected changes to the schedules. In this way we will give you the best information that we have and keep you informed. We understand that homeowners have been inconvenienced due to scheduling uncertainties, which is implicit in construction. We thank you for your patience.

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I've been an environmentalist since my college days in the 1970s (May 1977 Seabrook, New Hampshire occupation) , and am now a professor of German history at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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