Crawlspace area under house will be converted to a garage.
Hole is cut and excavation begins
Close up view, half of the dirt has been removed
At the point, the dig out is 3/4 of the way completed.
Preparation for new walls
Preparation for new flooring
The new floor is poured. New framing has begun.
Before and After
QUEEN ANNE PROJECT
The basement here in Queen Anne needed approximately 5 feet of soil removed. The dig out has already been underway.
Dig out continues
Removal of dirt continues
Rebar in place for footings
The rebar and concrete in completed in sections
Fast forward, perimeter water collection system in place, gravel, vapor barrier and insulation now being put into place
Insulation for the floor continues.
Radiant heating being installed another contractor
Radiant heat installation by another contractor
Radiant heating almost completed
Concrete slab is poured for the basement floor.
Framing begins (by another company)
The crawl space/basement area was about 1100 square feet and was going to be converted to living space. First phase was demolition of brick foundation walls and dig out of back portion of basement area.
First phase was demolition of brick
Half of the basement area has been dug out at this point.
The entire dirt area here will be dug out and replaced with new concrete foundation walls.
Concrete footings are poured
Concrete forms being set up for this side of the home.
Interior dig out and dirt excavation continues.
Another view of the dig out
At this point three quarters of the basement area has been dug out.
Foundation walls have been poured and dirt excavation continues
At this point the entire crawl space has been dug out.
View of the foundation walls
Another view of the foundation walls. All that is left is to pour the basement floor.