Tugboat wrote:IJN wrote:Army green wrote: Things are certainly progressing now after what seemed like a very slow start. Bit like things on the pitch really. I will be very surprised if it’s finished by September. I’m Looking forward to seeing the end product though.
Can I ask why AG? What is your project analysis like? Where do you think the log jams will be?
You don’t have to get so defensive Ian.
Some have pointed out, as I have before it, that it does seem to be ticking over at the moment with not a lot happening on a daily basis for such a large scale construction site.
Maybe I’m used to seeing stuff being a little more active in my line of work.
I’m also not suggesting it is cause for concern with completion dates, just pointing out that a full days work could involve a bit more ‘going on’ instead of the single machine working with a few blokes.
Not a whinge, just surprised that’s all especially when we could get slightly ahead of ourselves to allow for mishaps, delays and weather implications.
I don't know why I'd be defensive Tuggers, I don't work for PAFC, I like you am looking on from afar.
I really was checking that AG like a few others are listening to the doom mongers have now seem to have changed from 'It'll never happen' to 'It'll never be finished on time'. It really is a spectacular shifting of feet by some people.
Let's hope it is all on time as many, many thousands of us are sooooo looking forward to it.
A slight diversion but I see the usual freaks and ne'er do wells are now targeting our very own Jon Back. They really are a spiteful bunch and it's sad to see a decent Argyle fan being turned on because of this perceived delay. Still, now JB has stood down and I've been sacked (:lol:) they need a target to vent their spleens on I suppose.