The installation of the aggregate base for the concrete slab in the crawl space is well underway. The grade beam and perimeter of the crawl space is insulated with insulation board. A unique aspect of the crawl space is the installation of the radon gas extraction system. The grey rectangular box currently laying on the […]
Watching the building come out of the ground is very exciting. The Input Housing Corp building is a tangible result of thousands of hours of work behind the scenes. Something overlooked but incredibly important is the legal component of the project. The Regina law firm of Kanuka Thuringer LLP has donated hundreds of hours of […]
We, the families of Input Housing, are engaged in this project for the love of our children. For all of their lives we have known they need a little extra help. Building family-owned condos is our solution to ensuring they have the “help” they need to live in safety and security, long after we are […]
Well it looks like construction of the Input Housing condominium project hit a low point at the end of last week! To be precise geodetic elevation 573.700 meters above sea level. That is the lowest level of the crawl space in the building. Starting Monday Westridge Construction starting framing the forms for the concrete grade […]
What’s bigger than a Sasquatch-sized footprint? What’s making a “Big Impression” on the Harbour Landing community? It’s Input Housing Corp.’s, ten-unit condominium under construction, of course! Last week’s rain didn’t slow things down much; everyday brings new progress. Thanks, T., of Westridge Construction Ltd., for the great photo!
Every construction project includes some risk. Everyone does their best to minimize the risk but sometimes things happen. This was the case this week on the Input site. During the drilling of the piles a sand lens was discovered at a depth slightly shallower than the deepest piles. A lens is a localized pocket of […]
Our construction site is changing! The progress is becoming more and more visible now with the presence of heavier equipment. In this photo, you see a piling machine installing a pile at what will be the northwest corner of the building. Things will start changing on a daily basis now.
It was simply time to celebrate. Our vision of Input Housing was about to take the big step from dreams and drawings into three-dimensional reality. On May 15, 2019, we hosted a sod-turning ceremony at our building site, at Mitchinson Way and Wakeling Street in Harbour Landing. As one who has attended more than the […]
Things are starting to “feel real”. Our presentation to City Council on June 25th not only gave us an opportunity to tell our municipal leaders (more) about Input Housing Corp; it gave us a bit of media, and social media, exposure as well. With seven families already involved in Input, it wasn’t difficult to provide […]
Introduction: We want you to hear from the future residents of the Input Housing condominium building. Time to hear from another one of our amazing future residents of Input Housing Corp. (IHC). In this blog, Stephanie talks about the realizing her dream of having a place of her own. IHC: So, Stephanie, what do you […]