This week the crew poured the footings and slab. Our GC - K & C Construction did the work, augmented by other local work crews. 1-20-2022 they poured 7 trucks or around 70 yards of concrete in the footings with the help of a concrete pump. The next morning, they stripped the anchor bolt forms off and poured the slab with the assistance of ten crew and an arial concrete pump. A total of ten trucks of fiber-reinforced concrete (or around 100 yards) were poured at around 25 minute intervals. The GC sent Maddog for pizza and soda. After that, the crew ate lunch and prceeded to trowel the semi-set concrete. Finally they covered the slab with insulated plastic blankets to keep the surface from freezing overnight. The next day, a three person crew cut the concrete into around 10 foot rectangles for shrink stress relief to prevent unwanted surface cracks. The slab will remain covered until Tuesday when the forms will be removed, insulation added where the forms were, and edge flashing will be installed. There will be a more comprehensive upcoming video of the pour and finishing.