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Further progress as work continues at the Vinery in Banff


By David Porter

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Works continue to progress well at the Vinery in Banff with the latest images released showing the interior of the bothy starting to take shape.

As construction has focused on both the internal external fabric of the building, internally the frames of the partitions have gone up showing how the rooms and layout will look, as well as the store rooms on the first floor.

External rendering has been covered to ensure that it cures properly
External rendering has been covered to ensure that it cures properly

Aberdeen Foyer representatives visited the site on Tuesday in their role of end users of the building to see how works are progressing and to meet with the team working on the renovation.

At present anyone passing the site which is located in the heart of Banff may have seen the works to the Vinery wall which is being rendered using a lime based render.

Partitions are in place for the new internal layout
Partitions are in place for the new internal layout

During the previous sunny days this has needed to be protected with damp hessian to ensure it doesn't dry out and conversely to also ensure that it isn't damaged by heavy rainfall.


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