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    54x50 Monitor Raised Roof Shop Time Lapse Video

    Here is the build time lapse of my "not cheaper that way" shop. I set the GoPro up each day, was a total of around 17,000 pictures.

    Shed Full Build Timelapse - YouTube

    54' wide, 50' deep
    Center is 30x50x16'
    Wings are 12x50x10' each
    Loft is 30x20' and rated for a whole lot of weight.
    In Floor heat pipes, 4 zones
    2) 12x10' insulated doors
    1) 18x8' door
    1 man door
    17 windows, all open
    Back retaining walls are insulated concrete forms (ICF)
    3 floor drains
    Bathroom piping roughed in
    100 amp electrical pulled off the house's 200 amp service
    And yes, its full, was full not long after it was completed

    The Green 2320 is me removing the sod, filling in trenches. The orange Kubota tractor with a backhoe I rented for a day to do the under slab plumbing, the yellow struck dozer is Mike Drew's I borrowed to bury the downspout pipes (thanks again Mike)The big Link belt I paid. After stripping and saving the top soil they hauled away 23 dumptruck loads, insanity to think at one point I thought I could do that myself with my 2330. Would still be digging and swearing up a storm. Well spent $700.
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    I love watching time lapse videos like that - thanks for sharing!

    I was impressed with the contractors keeping the site clean and uncluttered the entire time.

    What a beautiful barn - enjoy it!
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    Excellent video. But, why did it take you a year and a half to share it with us all?

    PS.....I have a lot of jealousy in my heart right now. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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    Looks fantastic, something to be proud of.
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    Not to be a downer but that looked like a Union job.

    Well built but an incredible amount of wasted equipment time.

    Perhaps its the norm in your area .


    Curious on what appears to be the 2 retaining walls ( back end and right side from "our" view) What is the purpose as the ground looked level unless I missed something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toughsox View Post
    I have a lot of jealousy in my heart right now.
    For sure!
    I wish I could play banjo like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    Not to be a downer but that looked like a Union job.

    Well built but an incredible amount of wasted equipment time.

    Perhaps its the norm in your area .


    Curious on what appears to be the 2 retaining walls ( back end and right side from "our" view) What is the purpose as the ground looked level unless I missed something.


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    Was a pretty complicated build with all the headers. They spent quite a while on the loft and windows too. All the machines they used were sunbelt rentals. Also this was not all the pictures so may have been some action not on there.

    It's into a hill. Almost 8' of dirt in the back corner. They said it would be cheaper to do a continuous wall than step it down a few times. Plus I got that much more insulated since it's icf.

    I actually designed all the shell dimensions. It's located close to the house so spent extra $$ to make it look nice like the wide window trim and raised trim on the overhead doors. Also the steep center roofline.

    Building restrictions were very lax in my township. X' setbacks off lot lines and under 35' tall. Top of weather vane on coupola is knocking on 35!
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    That is a very nice building. Congratulations
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    Sweet shop, I think that is the style I would like to go with. Did you design the whole thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    Here is the build time lapse of my "not cheaper that way" shop. I set the GoPro up each day, was a total of around 17,000 pictures.

    Shed Full Build Timelapse - YouTube

    54' wide, 50' deep
    Center is 30x50x16'
    Wings are 12x50x10' each
    Loft is 30x20' and rated for a whole lot of weight.
    In Floor heat pipes, 4 zones
    2) 12x10' insulated doors
    1) 18x8' door
    1 man door
    17 windows, all open
    Back retaining walls are insulated concrete forms (ICF)
    3 floor drains
    Bathroom piping roughed in
    100 amp electrical pulled off the house's 200 amp service
    And yes, its full, was full not long after it was completed

    The Green 2320 is me removing the sod, filling in trenches. The orange Kubota tractor with a backhoe I rented for a day to do the under slab plumbing, the yellow struck dozer is Mike Drew's I borrowed to bury the downspout pipes (thanks again Mike)The big Link belt I paid. After stripping and saving the top soil they hauled away 23 dumptruck loads, insanity to think at one point I thought I could do that myself with my 2330. Would still be digging and swearing up a storm. Well spent $700.
    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    Was a pretty complicated build with all the headers. They spent quite a while on the loft and windows too. All the machines they used were sunbelt rentals. Also this was not all the pictures so may have been some action not on there.

    It's into a hill. Almost 8' of dirt in the back corner. They said it would be cheaper to do a continuous wall than step it down a few times. Plus I got that much more insulated since it's icf.

    I actually designed all the shell dimensions. It's located close to the house so spent extra $$ to make it look nice like the wide window trim and raised trim on the overhead doors. Also the steep center roofline.

    Building restrictions were very lax in my township. X' setbacks off lot lines and under 35' tall. Top of weather vane on coupola is knocking on 35!
    Very nice.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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