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Old 15-01-2019, 11:24 PM
polladdy polladdy is offline
 
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Whether BCAR is bollix or not is irrelevant, it must be complied with in any commercial build and any consultant not carrying out inspections stringently is leaving themselves wide open

What was your point again? You seem very upset for some reason, and then state pretty much exactly what I said!
I am upset that some environmental langer of a bureaucrat will force BAM to get rid of this pile when clearly it is intended for a purpose.It wasnt left there for the laugh.
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Old 16-01-2019, 06:33 AM
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Yes but building control are aldo inspecting sites and we will have a paper trail.

Cowboys hate BCARS
Good. Only random inspections will put manners on these construction chancers.

A guy working as a construction " engineer" usually means he failed to suceed in the more professional engineering branches.

The have a muppet like Tom Parlon as head of the CIF FFS.
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Old 16-01-2019, 06:59 AM
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I am upset that some environmental langer of a bureaucrat will force BAM to get rid of this pile when clearly it is intended for a purpose.It wasnt left there for the laugh.
It doesn’t appear to be there for an “intended purpose”. The excuse given was the lack of facilities to process it. They have given a commitment to deal with it:

“Cllr Tim Brosnan raised the issue at last night’s council meeting.

He asked if the rubble remains on site because of what he said he was told is a lack of suitable demolition material processing sites in the Cork area.

Mr Ledwidge said he was not aware that it was an issue but he said he gave councillors a commitment before Christmas that the issue is being addressed.”

So it just seems like slack behaviour on BAM’s part. If there was a genuine plan for the rubble pile surely this Ledwidge guy would have jumped at the opportunity to call it out.
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