Stair link Some of my computer CAD work is there too.
I spend close to 5 months helping with the aluminum fabrication on this boat before working the interior woodwork. (Fourth box down the page). Dave Grows aluminum boat
This was a CAD workup for a rectangular spiral I was fooling around with. I model using Rhinoceros available through http://rhino3d.com
I CAD designed this one for a lady in Texas. Don't know if she ever built it.
Here I put a rendering right on the house plan. The builder couldn't picture the way the landing and first tread would work.
I often use renderings to illustrate details.
Limestone fireplaces. That's not a reflection in the glass, there's another fireplace on the exterior.
We topped it out at just over 35 feet high. The roofers have yet to plug in the flashing.
I was the assembly contractor on these domes near South Haven.
The precast basement by Superior Walls, and the platform were done by others. One of my brothers is finishing the interior rough-in right now.
With the additions we built on each end it totaled 104 feet long.
When the weather breaks around here, we'll be going back to stucco the straight sections as well at the 4 foot band encompassing the domes.
This was the first of two signs we made the stone work for as well as assembling and installing the sign portion.