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We walked through a 1920’s commercial structure this morning with a prospective client and a few key subcontractors. I loved the vision, now it’s time to create solutions together(with a distance of two sawhorses between us)! Thrilled to be back at work. ... See MoreSee Less
This kitchen renovation was the first real renovation for a young and growing family on their recently purchased home. They became pros through the process and won our team over with their boundless optimism and great taste. A thoroughly rewarding team effort with high fives at the conclusion! ... See MoreSee Less
Six full weeks have passed since the cacophony of hammers, saws, and laughter filled our workplaces. We are thankful for health and grieve with those who lost loved ones. Our hero clients kept a stiff upper lip when progress ceased mid-stream. With much gratitude, we return to work today! ... See MoreSee Less
"Opening Day" in PA is May 1st. The supervisors are preparing for the restart of construction by beginning their day working on schedules, materials, and subs. When sunshine and blue skies prove impossible to resist, Gary decides to perform some emergency caulking. #cantblamehim... See MoreSee Less
However: “The stay-at-home orders will begin to be lifted on a regional basis. Restrictions in the areas hardest-hit by the virus, including the Philadelphia region, will remain longer than in rural areas, the governor said.”
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MAY 8 is the date construction resumes in PA. Is there such a thing as "Back to Work Shopping"? Maybe stretchy jeans...after this break?
Today’s project is to design a way to install this antique hay trolley on a new Carriage House we are building. My experiences growing up on a farm didn’t involve this turn of the century technology, so I’m watching YouTube videos to understand how this worked. Our client wants to be able to use it as a pulley to lift items to the second floor, but thankfully no need to extend the track into the building. The Amish welders I work with had a good laugh at me today... ... See MoreSee Less