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Old 01-23-2015, 07:20 PM   #1
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I started framing a new one a couple weeks ago.

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how big is that steel?
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Those big beams are 10x68 I think

There are 12 beams in the basement
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Thats some serious stuff, how long is the 68# stuff?
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The longest is 86 feet
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We have been really lucky with the weather this week. Got the patio poured yesterday .

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Lookin good. Are you the general? It must be nice to get the basement slab in before framing. We have one coming up that we have to set a steel beam above the garage, other than that, we don't set steel usually. How big is that shack? Looks like a good one
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I am not the general. Square footage is around 6500.
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Those beams are only 10"?
I have some wide flange beams and they are 21x68.
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these kind of walls make me nervous. I have been thinking about how this is gonna work for weeks. I got there today and it worked pretty smooth.
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They are in the basement.

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these kind of walls make me nervous. I have been thinking about how this is gonna work for weeks. I got there today and it worked pretty smooth.
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