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Git 'Er Done

With about ten days left, before our final review, we’ve really started to kick things into high gear. We’re now beginning to see the full scope of our project and what it’s going to take to finish the CropStop. 97 more words

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Soffit Up Some Things

Over the weekend Studio V made a lot of strides forward in the project. It started with getting all of the cypress wood, metal dip edge on the roof, and treated 2×4 for the furring strips. 258 more words

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Thumbs up!

Thursday, Charleston County Buildings Inspector Director Carl Simmons came by the shop to inspect studio v’s crop stop kitchen. Unfortunately, none of us could be there because we all had class, but professor Pastre reported to us afterwards that Mr. 126 more words

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Hard Work Does Pay Off

As we continue to push ourselves everyday with the Cropstop, the results can really be seen as you step back and look. One of the biggest realizations is…how big it really is! 282 more words

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We have a roof!

We made a good amount of progress over the weekend on the kitchen. We finished installing all of the roof trusses, added our flying trusses off the ends of the building, and put our sheathing on the roof. 292 more words

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Pollen is Fallin'

One of the great things about being in the design-build studio, this semester, is that we get to spend most of our time outside for the construction phase. 87 more words

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Learn from the Set Backs

As Studio V learned the hard way yesterday we are bound to make mistakes. This project is most of our first building and construction experience. The building level is amateur for most of us and mistakes are bound to happen. 217 more words

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