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2016 Volunteer Day
TRAK is a 501 (c) (3), not-for-profit program focused on children with and without specific challenges. The focus of the program is to offer participants opportunities to provide service to people and animals of the community. This gives an often-rare experience to be a service provider to those less fortunate. Participants will receive specific educational skills, business, and vocational training that will aid in their efforts to help themselves, each other and their community.
May 26, 2016 at 7 AM
3230 N. Craycroft Rd.
Scope of Work:
1. Highlighted in yellow are power poles used to build the correl that need to be pulled, loaded and dropped in the new yard. They are tied together with strap steel and bolts and appear to be able to be “untied” pretty quick with impacts, crow bar type action. We should be able to pull them poles set in the ground with a strap or chain using a backhoe(s). The Trac crew stated they would number the poles to be able to have reference to be sued when and if they need to use again to reassemble. (Lincoln logs methodology). I am thinking once these “lincolbn logs” are separated, loading into a side dump trailer might be easiest to load out. There is not an immediate need to reassemble at the new site, so it will be an off load exercise only.
2. Highlighted in blue are the horse “Shades” or “Gazebo” that need to be moved. They are typical pole structure that maybe can be pulled as an entire assemble and place on a flat bed upside down to transport as a whole assembly or we can cut the vertical poles to roof structure using a torch for easier transport? We don’t necessary have to peppermint place these in the new location, but they do want these to be moved to be used in the future. Depending on how we disassemble with determine how we place in the new location.
3. Highlighted in red are other fencing that the Trax crew will dissemble and we can loose loaded on a flat bed. Trax will reassemble at new location.
4. Highlighted in Green is a 40’ trailer that they used as storage, it cant go to the new location, but they need to remove off property maybe we can store in one of our contractors yard temporary.
5. Highlighted in Black is a 16’ x 16’ wood shed, on a stand alone base that maybe we can lift with a loader with a fork set and place on a flat bed and move as whole building and place on a flat bed and place in a new location on the new site. Only concern would be width restriction in moving from one location to the next and having permits to move this sized of building? Trax does desire we move and install at new location.
6. Highlited in white is a 10’ x 16’ “Shade” or “Gazebo” that Trax does desire we disassemble and assemble on the new site. It will be part of there new welcome center.
1. Area highlited in red is were we want to relocate the 16’ x 16’ wood shed and the 10’ x 16’ “Shade” or “Gazebo”
2. Area highlited in yellow is approximate location to drop the power pole logs
3. Area highlighted in black is the hay gazebo roof we want to remove.