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Congrats on the contract!
 

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Whoa, now that is some serious woodworking! And certainly a nice score with that contract :)
 

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Yeah, it's been slow, eh!
Nice job.
 

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Nice! There is something so satisfying about large scale woodworking!
 

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Wowzaa, boy that some trusses for sure! cool project no doubt! Looking good.
 

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If that was stick framed, you would have enough room for a shop in the attic… :)

Looks like it will have a nice exterior detail.

Kind of makes me miss framing…ok that feeling just went away again.
 

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And I thought my shed was a big project, lol. Well, just goes to show, someone out there always knows more! Looks like a maze of trussses. Safety first!
 

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That is quite the job you have there. It be interested to see your progress. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Super work Clay looks pretty involved.
 

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?were the trusses all built on site. You don't see trusses built on site any more here in California. It would take a grade "A" carpenter for a complicated truss like that with so many nonstandard anges.
 

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Randolph,

With the metal gusset plates on the joints, I would say they were factory made.

That said, this is pretty standard stuff in Edmonton. If you break down the shapes, they are not complicated, just boxes and triangles.
 
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