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Re: Bike Lanes

Postby smh » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:12 am

Also, didn't part of the facade collapse a year ago or so? I think that created some additional unplanned work.

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Re: Bike Lanes

Postby loftguy » Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:35 pm

flyingember wrote:
wahoowa wrote:what the hell is going on at the boley building? they've been hacking away at it for what seems like 18 months

I would bet it's a combination that slower costs less, a crazy complex amount of work and a need to not interrupt daytime users


Slower costs less?

In most any circumstance, the exact opposite proves true.

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Re: Bike Lanes

Postby flyingember » Fri Oct 20, 2017 4:55 pm

loftguy wrote:
flyingember wrote:
wahoowa wrote:what the hell is going on at the boley building? they've been hacking away at it for what seems like 18 months

I would bet it's a combination that slower costs less, a crazy complex amount of work and a need to not interrupt daytime users


Slower costs less?

In most any circumstance, the exact opposite proves true.

Slower as in not a rush job. If they made a deal where their work is fit in the extra time around other jobs this could come with a discount and take a lot longer. Not saying that's the case but there's clearly reasons something like this could take so long.


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