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Here’s some photo’s from my old framing days:

Del Mar: 245 units


Placentia: 120 Units


South Coast Plaza - 120 Units


Bakersfield Courtyard - 200 Room Hotel


Big Island Timbers- 13 High End homes


Lots more but it's a lot of work scanning these dang things in.
 

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These roofs consisted of Hand hewn 8X8 WRC, milled and precut in Canada. After the material showed up in Hawaii, it was assembled on site and erected. 365 6X6 purlins went up next, and that was covered with 2X6 T&G, a layer of 1/2" ply, 3" ridged foam insulation, covered with another layer of 1/2" ply held down with 5,000 4 1/2" screws. The roof system was Jiffy Seal covered with copper standing seam.



 

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Glasshousebltr said:
Rusty that gives new meaning to 'Truss Package'.

You said you got them from Canada, what company?

At what cost? $$$$$$

Bob
http://www.hamillcreek.com/index.shtml

The total package including shipping to Hawaii, taxes, import taxes, misc. structures(cart structures, gates, fence material was around 200k per lot. We built 13 of these particular units, and in fact are still working on them.

These guys are real Timber Structure Artists! Check out their stuff.
 

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Here’s some photo’s from my old framing days:

Del Mar: 245 units


Placentia: 120 Units


South Coast Plaza - 120 Units


Bakersfield Courtyard - 200 Room Hotel


Big Island Timbers- 13 High End homes


Lots more but it's a lot of work scanning these dang things in.
wow!
 
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