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Old 08-10-2012, 07:43 PM   #1141
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so its been raining like a mofo these past few days, quit early yesterday and today we started late because of it.
back on the town house site.. lots of fun. boys have been plugging away, framing, they framed the eyebrows. but hey, atleast i did the hardest part, laying em out. Theres still 2 on the back so, maybe,, just maybe
this morning we were just going through units doing back framing and fixing ****s up. Then my leader and i went to go frame walls. It was a blast, haven't framed walls like that in a while. there was 3/4" of water on the subfloor....sheathing is shot
i didn't get pics of the walls but... whatever.
theres a lot more that goes into one of these projects then what i thought, back framing and such just sucks ass
but man, compared to ICF , framing is my cup of tea

supposed to pour that other job today...not done yet, and well, with rain pouring down and lighting in the sky, i wouldn't wanna be on the end of the hose of the pump..
went back to those 4 i worked on in the winter
look really good.
just had to do some floor patching in the slab. elevators are pretty cool
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:59 PM   #1142
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Current job. Been on it since October. Pretty complicated, commercial archi drew it up so prints are over 70 pages and a gazillion details, and of course everyday we wish there were even more details.

Three types of siding, truckloads of clear cedar, post and beam everywhere, cmu everywhere inside and out, icf basement, mgo sheetrock, icynene insul, all framed struc 1.... this job is like building furniture... i wanna shoot myself in the face when archi flys up. Thank jesus homeowner i a cool dude. Makes it all good.
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Room addition in the first stage.
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Room addition in the first stage.
This might be a dumb question, but what are you using that awesome (hydraulic?) saw for?
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This might be a dumb question, but what are you using that awesome (hydraulic?) saw for?
Cutting out two 3' 0"s and a 7' pass through. The one 3'0" is going to be the elevator door..
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This might be a dumb question, but what are you using that awesome (hydraulic?) saw for?
I meant cutting concrete..
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I meant cutting concrete..
Im assuming it can be mounted plumb and level? I have only ever drawn a plumb line and cut from both sides. Then again we have no basements here and it's all CMU. That looks like a monolithic wall?
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Im assuming it can be mounted plumb and level? I have only ever drawn a plumb line and cut from both sides. Then again we have no basements here and it's all CMU. That looks like a monolithic wall?
Yep 10" too. Cut 57' of it today.
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Yep 10" too. Cut 57' of it today.
Sweet. I mean, sorry? :-)
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Lot and lots of 3 piece crown. We put crown in every room, and now that I told her we can do 3 piece crown without corner blocks in the vaulted ceilings, shes is tempted to add an additional 280 ft of crown in the kitchen and great room. Love me some crown!
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That's some nice crown
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That ICF stuff is rarely used over here.
Well I'm now working on getting on a 58mil$ job up at Schofield Barracks
Where we'll be using lots of ICF Mainland co. PCL
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Well I'm now working on getting on a 58mil$ job up at Schofield Barracks
Where we'll be using lots of ICF Mainland co. PCL
I do work with PCL. Not a bad outfit

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didn't realise PCL was multinational
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didn't realise PCL was multinational
They came over some years back and bought out Nordic, one of the islands oldest construction co. just to have name Recognition. Now they call themselves Nordic PCL.
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A few months ago I built some display shelves for a client. He had me back out to look at doing more shelves so I got a couple pictures. I think out turned out nice.
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Here's a master bath we finished last month.
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Here's a master bath we finished last month.
I like that tile and pattern. Nice looking bath
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Here's a master bath we finished last month.
nice job! i love herringbone. if it was upto me. I would herringbone the world! lol

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