Wednesday, November 25, 2015

The 5 am concrete pour has been rescheduled to Saturday, it seems. Why the weekend work?

Remember that 5 am concrete pour at the B3 site that was supposed to happen yesterday?

It didn't happen, for reasons unexplained.

Now it is likely to occur this Saturday, with up to 90 trucks accessing the tower construction site at Dean Street and Sixth Avenue, beginning at 5 am, according to the Community Notice below.

There's no explanation why a weekend, when neighbors might want to be sleep late, is acceptable when, presumably, there are five other days in the week when the pour might occur.

The notice

Community Notice
Saturday, November 28, 2015
B3 - 48 Sixth Avenue

Please be advised of the possibility that on Saturday, November 28, 2015 contractors will be working beginning at 5AM throughout the day on a large concrete pour relating to 38 Sixth Avenue. [The document erroneously said 48 Sixth]. This work is pending final permitting and logistics, but we wanted to make you aware before the holiday.

Pursuant to their permit, contractors will be completing concrete pours as part of the foundation work. The pours are expected to involve up to 90 concrete trucks, all of which will access the site via the Dean Street & 6th Avenue gates. Truck staging will take place within the project site and/or along 6thAvenue between Atlantic Avenue & Dean Street.

As always, please feel free to reach out to our offices with any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your time.

Pacific Park Brooklyn Community Liaison Office

Empire State Development

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