This past weekend I had a plumber out to add the drain lines under my floating floor for the new bathroom and bar sink. While he was out we also relocated three separate gas connections, added a stub-out for my basement fireplace and moved my a/c compressor line out of the center of my HT ceiling.
I'm scheduled for a Thursday Feb 1 inspection of the new drains. Afterwards I'll be able to close up where I've cut into the floor.
I've also framed several additional wall segments since I last posted. I count 5 major segments remaining and several other small tasks. I also need to frame all of my soffits and my fireplace. I'm still plugging along.
Without further ado, here are the pics:
Framing for a closet by the bathroom, and the bathroom entrance wall. This is also where my water supplies come into the house, so I'll end up doing some clever framing much like r00ster did in his basement to hide this but keep it accessible in the closet.
These are the new drain lines for the commode, tub and not completely pictured to the left is the vanity drain.
Here I relocated the main sewer clean-out into the sump-access panel instead of in the floor of the bedroom:
This is how we tied in the drain line for the bar sink (to the right in the picture, but not shown - sorry for the rotation). The theater door is just on the inside of the pole and drain line show in this image. That is the back left corner of the theater:
Lastly you can see the new route of the A/C line. In a previous picture you can barely see this line as well as the gas line right next to it just completely in the way at the back of the theater which would have required me to lower the ceiling by 1 1/2" and taken away the ability to put the projector in the back of the room. Now I don't have that problem any more: