Hey man the logo on that dump truck looks familiar to me....is it Eggies (or sounds like) construction from Pelican Rapids MN by chance?Got the dirt dug down as far as we needed and there was no way we could screed the dirt, since it's hard clay. So, I ordered some gravel and we put a layer of that down and started screeding. We got all the stakes in and my drain made also. Oh, also I cut out another section that I'm going to pour also, and setup my mechanical room in there so it's not taking up room in the shop.
Also, took the doors off the front. I'll be rehanging them in the back.
Bored the holes for the electrical and for the water lines.
Foam and rebar showed up.
The plumber came out and we got all the holes augered in and the pipes ran outside. We got all the piping done inside also.
No doubt about that... if my dad didn't have every tool known to man I probably wouldn't have started this project :roflVery interesting-- and nice to have great family that has good equipment and will help. Going to be a great place when done.
Love the before- during and after pictures. Thanks
Yep, that is an Egge Const truck. I actually grew up next door to the owner. I've known them for about 20 years, so they have been giving me a pretty good deal haha.Hey man the logo on that dump truck looks familiar to me....is it Eggies (or sounds like) construction from Pelican Rapids MN by chance?
Thanks!Very impressive. You definitely have a one of a kind build.
I have the bar already being planned out and almost assembledWow that is awesome. I have always wanted an old barn like this. Put a sweet bar in the corner lol.