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    4 - 50 ton york package units with a bunch of metal work.

    200 tons total for this one building. Cooling very large pumps and electrical equipment.

    This hase been a year of lots of commercial work. We are enjoying this project. This is for 1 building out of 8 others for this account. We had to go with what the ME/GC spec'ed. The wood is just temp supports before they replace with permanent supports.

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    Looks good. Just wondering why you didn't build permanent supports from the start. Seems like a lot of extra work.


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    We said the same thing, but the GC is slow with their labor. They are doing the permanent supports. We couldn't wait for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonHoustonTX View Post
    We said the same thing, but the GC is slow with their labor. They are doing the permanent supports. We couldn't wait for them.
    That makes sense. GCs are always behind.


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