Since a month I am living on a building site. At the beginning it was a construction of a scaffolding. I was surrounded by men wearing steel helmets and contraptions with hooks for hanging safely when fixing the bits and pieces together. It was a giant metal legoland.
The scaffolding is now finished and there is a system of platforms and ladders for the next part of the building troop to use.
The new team are wearing masks as they are the men that tear down the old insulating covers to afterwards replace them with new. We have been told to keep windows shut during the day until this part of the work is finished, which should be 2-3 weeks. Afterwards there will still be dust and dirt, as well as noise, but no so much.
Danger? it seems to me that the men have no sense of real danger, they climb the scaffolding, with no fear. The metal access door to the scaffolding is locked when they leave and a notice says that entrance is forbidden to those that have no business to be there. I can watch it all from my window as the entrance stairs are in front of my computer room.