It was cold this morning. The sun refused to rise. The heater in the truck had failed. Again.
Traffic lights were a sleepy blur of green, yellow, and red as I drove to site. Pouring with freezing cold rain, I fumbled with frozen fingers to find keys to unlock the main gate. Once open, I drove to the site shed and rushed to turn on the heater and urn.
Hands firmly in pockets, I took a walk around the site to see if anything had gone missing overnight. Fortunately, nothing…. this time.
By now, the urn was hot enough to wrap my hands around for some warmth. With one hand, I checked my phone. Two workers have called in sick, three more will be late. The concrete pour scheduled for 8:15 had been delayed until mid-afternoon – something about frozen pipes.
The site-team started to drift in, pleased that the urn was hot, not being entirely sure how it achieved that state. Friendly banter started, and then moved to take a more serious note. Following this, the arguments started…
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