New Building!

Discussion in 'Antique Automotive Service' started by Smartin, Jul 30, 2019.

  1. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    After months of changing ideas and spots, sizes, contractors, etc...we are finally making headway on a new 35x56 pole building. It's about as big as I can go, financially and per county code for the size of my property. Trees are being cleared this week, and then another guy is coming in to build up a level pad for it. Looks to be about 500 ton of screenings to get it built up, since it sits on a slight grade toward the back. The extra $ for tree removal and pad kind of kicked my butt...but it has to be done. So here we are currently...

    First pic is of the spot before tree demo. Second and third are the last two days.
     

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  2. 436'd Skylark

    436'd Skylark Sweet Fancy Moses!!!!!

    Congratulations. That's a game changer!
     
  3. Nailhead Ronnie

    Nailhead Ronnie Life's 2 Short. Live like it.

  4. taf44667

    taf44667 69 Vert 4-Speed

    Adam, I’ve had 300 tons trucked out already and still have more to get rid of after they built my 40x50. It was originally sized at 64x40 but I also had to cut back due to costs.

    Looks awesome, lots of work ahead but will be worth it.
     
  5. telriv

    telriv Well-Known Member

    Just the beginning of HAVING FUN!!!
     
  6. Taulbee2277

    Taulbee2277 Silver Level contributor

  7. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Tree guy is done...dirt/rock guy is supposed to be here sometime this week.

    Firewood anyone?
     

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  8. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    When I did my 30 ' 40' addition on the back of the shop it was a 3 year project. First year to get it cleared. Paid a guy with a loader to push over the trees and get the root ball out of the ground then I cut up the brush and burned / hauled it to the back of the property. Next year saved and had the fill brought in. 9 trucks full and then I was still short so the operator dug a big hole to get the rest. Next year was the pad and then I built the structure out of scrap steel I had been collecting all along.
     
  9. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    I'm way too impatient for that :D
     
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