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Date of photo: March 9, 2000
Materials for the 60' x 42' pole barn were delivered from Oklahoma.
Construction begins with corner posts being set.


Date of photo: March 11, 2000


Date of photo: March 11, 2000
Construction is proceeding with 8x8 posts being installed and rafters being constructed.
Stringers have been run and all posts have been set plumb.


Date of photo: March 11, 2000


Date of photo: March 11, 2000
By the end of day one, the superstructure is nearly complete.
Early in day 2 the framing is complete and sheet metal is being installed on the sides.


Date of photo: March 12, 2000


Date of photo: March 12, 2000
By late morning of day 2 all that remains to be done is to apply sheet metal to the roof.
Here is the pole barn after the initial construction phase was completed. This crew erected the entire building in about 12 hours over a two day period. They arrived at 1:00 pm on Saturday and by noon Sunday were on their way back to Oklahoma. They did a great job.


Date of photo: March 15, 2000


Date of photo: March 22, 2000
Plumbing for the bathroom has been installed. Sand for the foundation is in place waiting for the concrete pour.
At what point does a structure cease to be a pole barn and becomes a shop? I think it becomes a shop as soon as the concrete is poured.


Date of photo: March 22, 2000


Date of photo: March 22, 2000
Pouring the concrete is underway.
Shop complete with garage doors installed, slab and driveway poured.


Date of photo: September 22, 2000