Friday, January 17, 2014

Inside jobs for those nasty winter days

Here are some pictures of some of the inside task we have been working on during the in climate weather patterns.  Even through it is a maintenance building 
It should still be kept as neat and tidy as possible.  There are three offices bathrooms and break rooms along with storage space and equipment repair bays. With as much as 21 staff members during the summer the building can get messed up and some what trashed in a years time.  Each year we spend a few weeks making adjustments,repainting and organizing to get ready for the next golfing season.  Here are a few pictures of some of the work being complete in the turf care center

We are installing insulation panels in all of the bay doors to reduce heat loss while hopefully saving some money on heat cost.
Here is one of the bay doors completed
In this picture we have rellocated our tool cabinet to another location in the building to prepare for more adequent parking and work space for the shop
Tool cabinet being altered 
The grinding room for the mowers will be closed in and a new opening will be created inside the mechanics work bay.  This will be better suited for the operation  while at the same time make it safer and allow more air circulation.
Tool cabinet in place with 12 more feet added on to it.
Grinding room door being closed in 
8 feet of this wall is coming down to allow more cart and work space
After the 8 feet was removed
Ball washers being cleaned, fix brushes and clips
Grinding off 5 years of paint
Each year we paint the floor with an oil base paint.  We have 5years of paint on the floor.  It was chipping and pealing up in several areas and not effective for providing a clean work area.  I decide this year we will grind off the paint and apply epoxy in the main work area where the mechanics do most of the work.  The expoxy wiill hold up better and last longer with fewer applications
More pictures of the final product will come in a few weeks.

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