The project began with scraping and removal of the old path and vegetation, excepting the three trees up against the building.
Soil was tilled. I could not believe how hard the couple of young labourers worked. With the stamina and engery they had, I think they could make a lot of money in other employment.
A trench was dug across the corner and another odd trench close to the corner. Of course we had no idea what the plan was.
Concrete was poured. Note the strange angle of poured concrete to your top right. The angle offended me.
More concrete poured and look, the shape of the building's street number has appeared in the soil.
Ah, I see.
Plants have been planted.
The plants were mulched.
A wall has been built on that odd angle at the corner. It is a 90 degree corner and yet the wall, that turned out to be for the company name, sits very oddly with a different angle, I think.
Even more plants.
Fake turf is being laid and the workers are taking a break. I suppose some of you wish I had zoomed in on tradie legs.
I have been waiting and waiting for the fence to come down, but I am tired of waiting now and so this is how it looks at ground level, screened by the fence. The ANZ bank still has a sign there.
I still think the wall with the name is an odd angle. We shall see once the fence is down and there is a clearer view.
Two weeks ago one evening I pushed Dog Jack under the fence and he did a big poo right on the fake grass and there was no way for me to get in to pick up . Nature will have dealt with it by the time the fence comes down.
The sign is back lit at night.
Think of it as when a neighbour does something nice to the exterior of their house, and a little of it rubs off onto yours. Nice work CEL. May your profits soar and you make your Singaporean shareholders very rich with Aussie dollars.