Monthly Archives: October 2014

Rosseau Covered Porch Rebuild

This gallery contains 4 photos.

The owners of this 364 square foot covered porch wanted to update their covered porch entry for their cottage. While leaving most existing framing in place, some structural changes were made. Some of the posts were removed and the remaining … Continue reading

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Parry Sound Deck Permit Drawing

This gallery contains 14 photos.

This fully wrap around deck was built without a permit and required a few modifications to bring up to code. As-built drawings were produced for this 2 storey, 3400 square foot deck from site measurements. Design spans and loads were … Continue reading

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Blackstone Lake Cottage Renovation

This gallery contains 16 photos.

This project involved drawing complete plans of the existing cottage and the design of a new shed to replace the existing. Phases of construction were planned – starting with kitchen and deck renovations. I only have photos prior to construction … Continue reading

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Royal Canadian Golf Association Accessory Building

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At 800 square feet, this structure houses two swing aid machines at the Royal Canadian Golf Association in Oakville. Two 16′ x 10′ overhead doors provide the main access, while 36″ man-doors allow access from the rear and from room to … Continue reading

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Gravenhurst Deck Rebuild

This gallery contains 16 photos.

This project involved tearing down the existing aged deck and rebuilding with a few changes. Extra deck width was provided as well as an additional set of stairs going off the rear towards the back yard. An access hatch was … Continue reading

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Sunset Drive Deck Rebuild, Carport Enclosure

This gallery contains 9 photos.

This project encompassed partially enclosing the existing carport and rebuilding and extending the existing deck. As the new carport walls were non-structural, it was just a matter of putting noting them on the plans for permit purposes. A door was … Continue reading

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