Day fourteen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and it did not stop raining, causing frustration for the whole team. Despite this, work progressed on the outer walls and the the stainless steel roof for the building is now ready to receive the photovoltaic panel, thanks to PCT Engineering.
Day eight at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and work on the Positively Stoke-on-Trent garden is making great progress.
I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all the team for their hard work to date and for supporting me on this exciting journey. Today I would also like to thank Andy Turner from Fountains and Features for being part of this great team. I am feeling so excited and passionate about the garden now.
Today we began installation of the acrylic bridge in between the arches to carry the water and the first of two beautiful stainless steel arches arrived from PCT Engineering.
In our slideshow you can keep up-to-date with our progress.
Work on all aspects of the garden are forging ahead and a mock-up of the bespoke stone wall is looking fantastic. The graceful sweeps are a triumph and the quality and workmanship looks truly wonderful, which is a credit to Mathew Haslam and his team at Hardscape. Construction commences on Wednesday 30th with an 18 day build for which I have every confidence within my superb devoted team
The bespoke metal arches in the making- thanks to PCT Engineering and Fountains and Features- all coming together. We also look forward to working along side these guys again. Well done to Tony and his team and to the double Andy’s from Fountains and Features
The floating hard wood steps being prepared by Carpentry specialists Hartwood Joinery, which are looking fantastic.
Well done guys.