The window replacement project is well underway. It is being done in two phases. Currently, contractors are replacing windows for Phase 1, which includes the “05”, “06”, “07” and “08” units.
As of the last week of March, they are working on the 13th floor and anticipate moving up one floor each week.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SCHEDULES CANNOT BE CHANGED TO ACCOMODATE RESIDENTS. YOU MUST PROVIDE UNIT ACCESS WHEN YOUR FLOOR IS REACHED.
Please ensure your window coverings are removed PRIOR TO THE WORK COMMENCING. This includes removing all window blind hardware.
In preparation, please determine if you can remove your blinds yourself or if you need assistance. If you need assistance, Cityscape Maintenance Services (Tony Dohaniuk) can assist with the removal of your window blinds for a fee. Tony can be reached at 778.385.1976 or at email@example.com, or by filling out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-LNLY2IrMPzsUOQ5TPTe8U6n_I2Jz1RtdCCYbBWeNSM/viewform?edit_requested=true&fbzx=2111276619817421371.
Also, please ensure a clear area of 4 feet around each window being installed.
Please note that once work is complete, blinds need to be professionally installed by a Strata approved installer. A notice will be circulated once a qualified installer has been approved. For privacy in the meantime, you may wish to tack up a sheet or piece of plastic or cardboard to cover the window.
In order to protect your furniture and other items, poly will be dropped off at your door the day before. If you need additional poly, please ask Enrique at 604-230-5924 and he will get more delivered.
If you cannot be around to provide access, please contact Enrique at 604-230-5924 and leave a key with him so he can provide access. Please direct all other questions to Cam Carruthers at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 604-648-4443.
Further updates and notices will be circulated as work progresses.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Cam Carruthers at 604-648-4443 or by email to: email@example.com.
Your continued cooperation is appreciated.