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Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
Assembling Powerbilt Building
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Assembling Powerbilt Building

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This slide share shows how a group prepared a site and erected a steel arch building.

This slide share shows how a group prepared a site and erected a steel arch building.

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  • 1. ERECTING A POWERBILTSTEEL BUILDING<br />
  • 2. What we started with <br />Original building<br />
  • 3. Inside view of original building<br />Evidence of termite activity<br />All wood construction <br />7 foot clearance<br />Dirt floor<br />
  • 4. Concrete forms and prep<br />View toward house<br />View toward alley <br />
  • 5. 6” reinforced concrete pad was poured<br />
  • 6. The building was shipped from the factory in PA<br />
  • 7. Some pieces arrived damaged. They were replaced at no extra cost in a few days<br />
  • 8. The entire building was stored inside the house<br />
  • 9. Anchor bolts were placed<br />
  • 10. The plates were bolted down and torqued to 50ftlb<br />Hammering in the anchor bolts<br />Modifying the anchors<br />
  • 11. Base plates secured and torqued<br />
  • 12. Dry run scheduled for Friday<br />First arch – a learning experience<br />Scaffold came in very handy<br />
  • 13. Tools used in the process<br />
  • 14. Saturday we had a full crew<br />All volunteers, all novices<br />EEO at work<br />
  • 15. Breakfast and lunch, on site<br />
  • 16. Working in pairs helps<br />
  • 17. By the end of Saturday22 arches were erected<br />
  • 18. Sunday, finished the arches and started the end walls<br />
  • 19. Monday, began tightening4000+ bolts and nuts<br />
  • 20. Replaced steel panelswith 4 skylights<br />
  • 21. Constructed door framefor 10’X10’ roll-up door<br />
  • 22. Garage door was professionally installed by C&D Garage Doors<br />Walk-through door on rear wall 4’X8’<br />
  • 23. Skylights admit plenty of light<br />
  • 24. Don’t have to worry about bumping my doors in here<br />
  • 25. Started Finished!!<br />
  • 26. Special thanks to:<br />
  • 27. Frank Pickett<br />Beau Alexander<br />Marita Pickett<br />Dianna Alexander<br />Elliot Angel<br />Dick Polly<br />Clem & Donnafrom C&D Garage doors<br />John Polly<br />Stacey Polly<br />Doug Eliason<br />Dave Shire<br />Evan & Jayfrom Green works<br />Jason Shire<br />Leslie Shire<br />Matt Halverson<br />Cathy Walston<br />Dave Homes<br />Ken Walston<br />Jeff Noll<br />

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