We've gone and cleared the trees (including VW sized root balls), built a retaining wall fit for a Chinese emperor to be proud of and are just about to start the actual build and I thought I would get some advice on the layout.
I'll work on getting some pics of the aforementioned site work, but in the meantime I figured I should start thinking about the final layout once it's built. Main use of the building will be for storing and working on vehicles and I'd like to have a section off to one corner designated for woodworking with a dust collector. Putting a single entry door on the left side 30' gable end and 3 garage doors on the 48' eave front. Need to be able to park an SUV, full size truck, 1950 F-1 Panel, car hauler(optional), 2 Harleys, a 9' chopper and a trike. So, I've seen quite a few threads on here and have taken some ideas from several of them, but I'm having trouble getting a functional layout. I wish I could put a door on the gable end, but based on our property layout, I can only drive up to the side wall. You can see an example of the Grizzly layout in the first few pictures in my build in my sig. Looks like you have aerial electric from PoCo to your house that goes over top of the new pole barn. I'd sure check into aerial to right side of pole barn for ALL electric to property (ie move meter). The good thing about the building placement is the power only needs to come back 25' to the garage and we'll have juice! Now would be the time to take some old pointed sticks and some string and lay out the floor plan like you have it in your head.
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I decided to park my daily driver and trailer in the building so I re-organized the remaining materials along the walls. I am wanting to install purlins and plywood decking on the lower chords of the truss for storage.
Trusses shown fully loaded, dead load & snow load on roof, dead load on lower chord from storage. I updated my CAD models to reflect the storage decking, intermediate wall and sheathing in the maintenance bay.
OMG this kind of work just makes me so mad , money comes for these projects over yrs (well for me) and when the GC act's like this and allows this kind of work on his crew I just want to ask him so would he allow this on his own shop ? The main bay, with the door track following the purlins, is the reason the building is 2 months behind schedule. I'm trying to resist the urge to move a bunch of stuff into the barn 'cause it will all have to come out for the concrete prep and pour. I did however take some time today to reorganize the remaining materials laying about and thus I can now park my trailer and Tacoma pickup in the barn.
He's a nice guy, really, and he does good work himself, but they guys he picked to help are not, how should I put it, quality oriented individuals.
Kickin' It "Old School" From The High Plains of Colorado If you can't stand behind our troops, perhaps you should stand in front of them! You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. I put one 9x9 on a gable end, 4 feet off the back wall, and one 16 x 9 on the long side offset to the other end, 4' off that wall.

I tried uploading pics to an album to show the progress, but it changed the order from how I uploaded the pictures.
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