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A building site for a row of riverside apartment blocks in Cambridge. The buildings are being constructed using a systems build with a steel frame and various prefabricated components.

Other items of note are:

  • A red site elevator on the building of the left, gives access to the upper floors for site workers and materials.
  • The blue plastic on the central building is the vapour barrier for the thermal wall insulation before the exterior cladding has been fixed.
  • Several buildings have temporary roofs, supported by scaffolding to allow work to continue during wet weather.
  • A yellow JCB mini front loader bottom right.

Photograph © Andrew Dunn, 10 October 2004.
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Originally uploaded to En Wiki - 20:01, 11 October 2004 . . Solipsist

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