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Old 06-07-2019, 06:22 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Approach formed out and inspected. Monday getting poured. Then clean up dirt and gravel. Then final inspections

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Old 06-11-2019, 03:54 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Time Lapse of building going up. Missed one day but it's the back wall so couldn't see it well anyways.

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Old 06-15-2019, 10:51 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Approach is done. Concrete has been buffed clean and densifier has been applied. Concrete sealer goes in next weekend followed by garage doors on the 25th.
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is the roof construction just rolled insulation with plywood and sheet metal over ?

shop is cool
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Old 06-17-2019, 10:24 AM   #56 (permalink)
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Roof is actually just rolled insulation with the sheeting ontop of it. The insulation has the fiberglass on outside and vinyl backed on inside.
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Old 06-17-2019, 09:26 PM   #57 (permalink)
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Passed final inspection today. Now I can finish it off and move in and get back to work.
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Old 06-18-2019, 02:30 AM   #58 (permalink)
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Passed final inspection today. Now I can finish it off and move in and get back to work.
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Doors going up as I type. Finally can start moving stuff from my current shop to its final resting spot.

Also my wife and I worked in the shop all weekend and got a good jump on framing out the walls and getting ready for electrical and sheeting. I went a little overkill on the studs on bottom part of wall but I've put many holes in the walls on past shops so I wanted studs every 24inch.

Also got the support posts and header set for my lean to to attach to as well. Need to make some steel brackets to tie it all together and then that's ready to go when that time comes.

Also will have the office and bathroom all framed out this week after work as well. Moving along. Hopefully have it all wired. Sheeted and painted by mid July. Which will leave me 2 weeks to get everything out of my shop and cleaned up to turn in the keys.

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Doors are in
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Office and bathroom going up.
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Moar pics of the wife working on your wood


That is a nice looking building. And 24" studs doesn't seem like overkill to me - not for framing in the walls. Are you using plywood or drywall?
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Osb for the walls.

Lights hung. Office roof sheeted. Insulation going in. More electrical and conduit going up tomorrow.

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No trouble with humidity or water getting into the wood touching the concrete?

Lately I've been installing used 3/4 inch conveyor belt under all wood that touches concrete flooring. Keeps the wood from soaking up water from the concrete. I've also used scrap plastic deck boards for the same.

You're not in northern canada, so obviously your humidity isn't the same....
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The build is going very nice Chevy.... Not sure how much *extra help you've been getting on it however no matter how much the building is going up fast.!

I wanted to know how you like your trailer?? I'm strongly considering building
a copy of one like yours..... with the hydraulic tilt option to eliminate having to use ramps all the time unless absolutely needed.......

any thoughts if you could change anything on yours?? what length is it? I was
thinking of building a 24 footer. definetely drive over fenders. winch up front.

any input you have for me is greatly appreciated.!

--Nice shop build.!

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Love the trailer. It's a pj trailer b6 model. 14k lb trailer. 22ft deck. 24ft would be nice but longer than I needed.

Just the wife and I working after the building went up. My parents came out to help us this weekend and next
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No trouble with humidity or water getting into the wood touching the concrete?
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Dude, scroll back up and look at the area around the shop. Phoenix is known for alot of things, but moisture is not one of them.

Awesome build btw. I did the double wall osb thing in my old shop and loved it. You can hang shit everywhere.
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Build is

I'm in the process of buying 10 acres and I'm on the hunt for a steel building. Would it help or hinder to drop your name if I ask them for a quote ?
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My building was purchased from bunger steel here in Phoenix. Talk to Keith he is the owners son and helped me with everything. I also had comparable quote from heritage buildings but figured for same price local is good if an issue arise
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Put the wife to work bending up some conduit.
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Conduit done. Wire pulled. Wall sheeting tomorrow.

Office and bathroom drywall is all done and tile laid. Grout tomorrow then finish trim and that good stuff.

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Love that wood tile.
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