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    40X60X14 In 32 Hours

    This is what my contractor with an 8 man crew got done in 32 hours. I'm not fooling ya by no means. They also did the 6 inch thick concrete floor.
    First picture is 7AM day one.Click image for larger version. 

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    The second picture is day four.Click image for larger version. 

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    Wow. Solid work. Looks nice. Let's see the inside (current and after you complete whatever plans you have for it).

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    Looks great. Do you mind sharing the approximate cost of slab and building?
    Thx

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    Wow, looks great! That's a nice sized space; enjoy it in good health!

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    Great looking building. Congratulations and enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gpg View Post
    Looks great. Do you mind sharing the approximate cost of slab and building?
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    X2... I'm curious myself... Figure in about 3 years I will be having one built myself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zyx5432 View Post
    Wow. Solid work. Looks nice. Let's see the inside (current and after you complete whatever plans you have for it).
    This photo I'm standing with my back against the south wall and looking north.Click image for larger version. 

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    The corner on the far right gets a 12X12X8 office, to the left of that will be a 12X8X8 half bath and utility room, the corner on the left gets an area for the welding equipment and woodworking tools. The first bay in front of me is where the car hoist goes.
    An on going list is; concrete floor coating, electrical, plumbing, cat walk in the attic, insulation, work benches, and I'm sure there will be a dozen more things to do. And don't forget the beer cooler.

    In this photo you can see all posts got 'post protectors'. Also see where they dropped the concrete down 3/4" so that any wind blown rain that passes the door seal drains out and away instead of running across the floor.Click image for larger version. 

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    Wasn't the first building these guys put up. Nice.....very nice.

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