A new phase of works is set to begin at Umina’s Peninsula Village new 114-bed extension.
Village chief Mr Shane Neaves said the structure of the building was complete and work was set to start on the exterior of the building.
“We are pleased to report the structure of the building is complete with frames and trusses to be finalised by the end of the month. The entire roof will be on by the end of the month too,” Mr Neaves said.
“The roughiins of all services are complete to the ground floor with 70 per cent on level two completed.”
He said plastering had started on the lower floors which had enabled the carpenter, painter and tiler to commence work.
“The ensuite fit-outs will commence toward the end of the year. The facade is 50 per cent complete with cladding progressing well and the majority of the windows now installed.”
Source: Social media, 11 November 2019, Share Neaves, Peninsula Villages