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Old 03-05-2017, 11:47 PM   #1
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Building a new shop - pre-fab steel building

After far more time than I had ever hoped, I'm finally getting ready to build a new shop. Just as soon as the town finishes my paperwork

Anyways, details: 32'x52'x12' eaves with a 52'x'12' free span carport behind.


It'll be over a slab, of course. The first bay is going to be built out as a full bath, utility room (for HVAC, air compressor, etc), and then an "office" - which will mostly be a clean work space for electrical, manuals, and so on. And then above that, enclosed / dehumidified storage for parts!

In the process of all of this, I ended up picking up this little guy on the local craigslist:


Which was fortuitous, because I ended up needing it to unload!


14,625lbs according to the bill of lading.

Anyways, the building itself arrived in kit form Thursday. I purchased the whole assembly, including sheathing, doors, insulation and hardware, from Kentucky Steel Buildings, out of (surprise) Winchester, Kentucky.





Stay tuned, hoping to have the permits all sorted out this week and concrete going in sometime this month
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Old 03-06-2017, 12:49 AM   #2
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Looks like fun! Subscribing. I will be building a shop in the next couple of years. Are you putting in heat and if so what kind? Have you looked at floor heat? Power is so cheap in WA where we are moving to that I am considering that. All electric out where we are but only 2.7 cents per KW.
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Looks like fun! Subscribing. I will be building a shop in the next couple of years. Are you putting in heat and if so what kind? Have you looked at floor heat? Power is so cheap in WA where we are moving to that I am considering that. All electric out where we are but only 2.7 cents per KW.
I've toyed with the idea, but not seriously. Although I could do geothermal and get a pretty good deal out of that, I think.

As of right now, I'm planning to do a heat pump set up, that way I can heat in the winter and cool in the summer. The temperatures here aren't too extreme so that setup works pretty well.

My last shop, up in New England, was strictly propane, and that's been a pretty good deal for the area.
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We need to get a local group together. Seems like several of us are here from Williamsburg to the beach. I am in Gloucester County. I will be following along. I need to get some more floor space.
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after it's all over you will wish you made it bigger
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and the journey begin(s) =X
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We need to get a local group together. Seems like several of us are here from Williamsburg to the beach. I am in Gloucester County. I will be following along. I need to get some more floor space.
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after it's all over you will wish you made it bigger
Truer words never spoken. I'm already wishing it was bigger and I haven't even built the thing yet!

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Yes, so it does.

Spent some time on the phone with the town today, they're supposed to call me back tomorrow with more info. Bureaucrats
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Congrat's JJ, looks like a good start. This is a self assembly project?
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Congrat's JJ, looks like a good start. This is a self assembly project?
That's the plan! I've got a whole bunch of guys interested in helping out to see how this thing goes together. I'm thinking it won't take too long to build the shell, the finishing, well we'll see
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So hows the building coming along?
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Cool package. You will love the rool up doora as opposed to the garage type door. Pick up an electric operator for at least one door, you won't regret it. I have them on all 3 of mine.
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Wow! It's been nearly a year since I posted anything here on the board. Life got BUSY!

But, good news is I am finally kicking on this project again! I will have a more detailed post later, but here's a teaser for you 😉
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I see it has been raining on your side the water also.
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Few more shots. Service entrance conduits for water, electric, data and an air supply up to the house. Also, plumbing for the bath and service sink. Just got plumbing inspection approval this week, expecting to pour the rest of the slab this coming week, weather cooperating. Good to be making progress!!
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Looks like you guys are getting the same amounts of rain we have.
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That will be a great shop. Clear span gives you lots of options.
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That will be a great shop. Clear span gives you lots of options.
Yes, the open space is going to be wonderful.

More progress today! Final shot is from when I got home after work, I will snap some in the daylight tomorrow. Let me tell you what, that concrete pumping rig is pretty darn cool to watch!!
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Do yourself a favour and put a concrete sealer on right away. Makes garage cleanup much easier
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That sounds like a pretty grand idea!

Time to wait for the curing ... They are pouring the second section (under the carport overhang) this afternoon.
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Good progress...fresh concrete is always exciting!
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looks good...the sealer works better while the concrete is still green...
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That will be awesome and the concrete is looking great! That structure should go up pretty fast. Good luck with it. The weather always has a way of slowing these projects down.
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