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Those are used slates out of a cattle barn , a good friend of mine gave them to me and I had gravel down in there and just leveled it good /laser level and set them in with skid loader . It works really nice , only bad thing is when your back in cold storage working on some little thing and drop it ? There 4 ft x12 ft and 6 or 8 “ thick 1/2” rebar 

Danny 

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On 12/27/2020 at 8:45 AM, ChrisNY said:

Heres a couple of mine

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Is that yours or dairy?

B/c if its yours i need to quit and WORK for a dairy not own one! ???

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On 12/28/2020 at 6:01 PM, DirtBoyz07 said:

Here is my shop , I should be better about taking pictures of the actual building ? just to much going on all the time and most of the time the yard has a lot of stuff sitting here . The shop is 44 wide x184 long with 16ft side walls , 56 ft is heated and air conditioned. 24x44 is the wash bay /paint room the rest is shop , fuel room . It’s takin me a few years to do all of this /like twenty . The first part was 44x96 and then in 2007 I added on 44x88 cold storage .

‘I have been thinking about finishing off the last part of the original shed so I have some more shop area . My dirt working business keeps getting bigger every year and these dozer are big and just don’t have enough shop space for winter service work .

Danny 

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But what is the floor danny?

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On 12/30/2020 at 12:04 PM, Big Bud guy said:

Outside pic looking west, looking south and then looking north.  

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I like that suspended mezzanine. Did you upsize the trusses for the additional load? I am assuming the supports go all the way up to the top chord?

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Troy , the main shop is all cement no in floor heat , I have tube heaters plus heat pump with air conditioning. The cold storage area has gravel down first then the cement slates sitting on top .

Danny

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11 hours ago, TroyDairy said:

Is that yours or dairy?

B/c if its yours i need to quit and WORK for a dairy not own one! ???

Mine. The dairies is a 30x30 that can barely fit a tractor in

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My Son and I built our 60 x120 shop in 2011. We built all the wall panels on a jig before excavation. Put the loft in about a month ago, now prepping for some concrete. Hate seeing some equipment sit out while doing this.

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2 hours ago, ZG6E said:

I like that suspended mezzanine. Did you upsize the trusses for the additional load? I am assuming the supports go all the way up to the top chord?

No.  It’s a Morton building put up 1993 and the loft is our wood shop.  We did check with Morton if it was feasible to add the loft without upsizing the trusses.  They said it was ok with the distance we wanted to go. I didn’t want any posts in the way on the bottom level.  The south end is held up by the bathroom.  

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