LARGE Farm Shop Full Time-Lapse Construction: BONUS TRUSS FLY THRU


welcome back to the channel everybody
this is Kyle and we’ve got a 60 by 120 farm shop full time-lapse build for you
guys the trusses are just now getting dropped off and this is day one of
framing make sure if you haven’t you hit that subscribe button so you follow
along with the channel but we’re gonna get into this with building our walls
you’ve seen us do this many times I recommend highly that if you’re building
a structure and do as much work on the ground it’s safer it’s easier you’ll be
more efficient and probably a lot more accurate for us once we build all these
walls we’re gonna stand them with our machinery this is the JCB Telus kit I’ve
had great luck with it so far this season but once it’s up there we use
that stimula plate level make sure it’s as plumb as possible and then we go
ahead and fasten those wall posts right to our Midwest perma columns I’m always
getting questions about those brackets you can buy them Midwest per McCown if
you go ahead and mention my name or rural renovators or our buildings
they’re gonna throw you a discount and they’ll ship them directly to you man that was a one heck of a first day
you can’t ask for a whole lot more but man on our second day we sure get hit in
the face with a pretty horrible truth here and that has been our trusses we’re
not made to the correct dimension so you’ll see us put our first one up we
realize it and then we go ahead and take it down but fear not our supplier got
right on it and we were able to get new trusses within less than a week actually
I think ended up being about four days so here they are coming back to drop off
the new ones which were made to spec and good and we just helped them go ahead
and load up the old ones they took them out of there I don’t know what they did
with them but thankfully we had that JCB telehandler there otherwise it might
have been quite difficult but no rest were right into installing our trusses a
key thing here is that telehandler once we get into that 60 wide 18 foot tall
building it’s definitely a lot easier with a telehandler than it is with our
skid loader another thing is obviously having those scissor lifts I spent quite
a bit of money to invest in those scissor lifts but they provide us the
ability to work out of them instead of up on the trusses where it’s a lot less
safe one thing that’s pretty cool about this
project is it’s kind of first for us we’ve never done a 40-foot overhead door
opening we’ve we’ve done 40-foot Hydra swings but never a sectional overhead so
we’ve got this custom eye beam it’s a six and a half by 21 and a half 55 pound
eye beam and it goes up pretty easy when you’ve got the right machinery but it is
by far the largest opening I’ve ever had to do on a building of this size so it’s
pretty cool to be able to do this and I can’t wait to share with you guys some
pictures of the door when it’s up make sure you’re following along on the
Instagram feed at our our buildings and I’ll definitely post some updates
probably over that way because at the end of this video I don’t have the
overhead doors installed at this point I went ahead and left this clip in here
just because I wanted to show you guys all these chains those are what is
holding up our building while we’re installing all of these trusses and they
are a key component to us making strong straight buildings that will stand up to
the weather while we’re in the process of constructing it’s always a sad day when we finish up
trusting because honestly that’s probably my favorite part of the job but
take a look at these views and the clouds just rolling through sometimes I wonder if I’m just weird or
what but all of the lines and the geometry and just kind of the overall
view of that frame when it’s all kind of put together and I just find it so
fascinating and something about all the lines the shapes I don’t know maybe
maybe I’m crazy but drop me a comment down below guys if you share the same I
guess love for the art of the framing it’s just by far my favorite part as you
can see we really didn’t get any rest we had a little bit of snow come in at the
beginning of the job and we just had another snowfall so we went from pretty
decent weather to pretty crummy weather not only is it cold we got snow but the
wind is blowing but we fight through it we start doing all of our soffit and
facia and we try to prep for roofing man we give pretty lucky because today
we came to the job site and even though the clouds are moving it was fairly calm
the wind was in the right direction and we didn’t waste any time we got right to
putting up our steel so what you’re seeing here is all in one day we’re able
to get the east side of the roof installed which is what we’re on right
now and we get to the west side and get almost half of the roof done before we
have to call it a day I just got a little bit too dark and we knew we
weren’t gonna be able to get too much more installed before we got all screws
in and I don’t like to leave a lot of steel up without the screws in it is that not a killer view I just love
that so now that the roof is installed we
know our building isn’t really going anywhere we leave those chains up but we
more or less use them to make sure that our building stays straight and true and
on everything stays plumb so that we can start working on our wall finishes now
for us this house wrap is really cool for two reasons one because I mean we’re
pretty fortunate we get our logo on it and obviously if you’re interested in
that kimberly-clark will print you your logo you just have to buy one pail at a
time and we use house wrap mainly as an air barrier not a moisture barrier
obviously it’s gonna help us with that but it’s so important for us especially
out here in the middle of the Midwest we got all this open ground and the wind is
always blowing it truly helps with the efficiency of your building
and it’s just so important for us and we try to use it on every job that’s
possible one thing I always try to do is get
color matched doors and windows so right here you’ll see we’ve got the color
matched ply code or an assignment in window and this job actually I talked to
the client into using some windows I just think it’s a very important thing
to do especially a building of this size you know windows are fairly cheap and I
love the windows up high at the eave a let a lot of light in but you don’t have
to worry about the security of people breaking into your shop so it’s kind of
a win-win I believe now I know you’re probably asking about
the house rabbit why don’t we install it up in the gables basically because we’re
using it as an air barrier and I’m trying to prevent hair from penetrating
into our heated area of the building which is the four walls and the ceiling
in this building so I’m not really too concerned with a little bit of air leak
into my attic space one thing is true about the Midwest this time of year you
get some beautiful sunsets but man is it tough to work a full day because it’s
dark before five o’clock after we wrapped up some interior
bracing that had to be installed in the trusses which is gonna be a permanent
bracing we got right into the ceiling and debride busted our tails on this day
because we had to install this entire ceiling as there were some 60 mile an
hour winds headed the next day and we knew that the ceiling would add a ton of
rigidity and strength and allow the air to basically come in one door and go out
the other without going up into the roof but this was a lot of work it was a
monster ceiling and it was really just a team effort and everybody pulled their
weight and did a great job you’ll see here that we worked into the night a
couple hours but we got it done and that was the important thing one thing I always do is order some flat
coil from metal sales manufacturing which is our metal supplier and that’s
gonna be color matched perfectly to our spiel on the interior and that’s we can
wrap all of our door jams and headers and it just really finishes things off
and I know that it’s important to do before that door is installed because
it’s never going to be done later here you can see I’m cutting open the attic
access which we framed in prior to the steel ceiling and that’s really just so
the insulator can get up there otherwise you’re never gonna get up there now you
can really see the size of that opening it’s monster and I really am glad that
you guys hung out with me for just a little bit watch my video and really I’m
just looking to hopefully you know maybe inspire somebody to do a project educate
somebody that’s looking to learn something or hey maybe you’re just
looking for entertainment whatever it is I appreciate it if you enjoyed it hit
that subscribe button smash the like button all those great things I truly do
appreciate it and if you think maybe one of your friends might enjoy this video
go ahead and share it I mean that’s totally cool with me and I greatly
appreciate that as well but for now I’ll go ahead and say goodbye we’ll catch you
guys on the next video have a great one and once again thank you so much for the
support

100 thoughts on “LARGE Farm Shop Full Time-Lapse Construction: BONUS TRUSS FLY THRU

  1. So well done Kyle. We know you guys put a lot of work into your video production, but this was just stellar. Such great editing, commentary and music choices. You guys are pretty good at this whole "post-frame building" thing too… Thanks for all the effort!

  2. You're correct, the symmetry and geometry are just stunning. Great timelapse vlog and brilliant fly through of the loft space ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ

  3. Kyle. I hope I can find a builder in Northern NV that build my building the way you guys done. Pretty Close to perfection. Great Job.

  4. We watch because we also like you and the guys,
    We appreciate you taking the time and effort to put the videos up for us to watch,
    Always waiting on the next video

  5. Thanks for the positive feedback everyone. Feel free to share this with your friends if they might enjoy it. Thanks for all support!!

  6. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿค™๐Ÿป๐Ÿค™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ”จ๐Ÿ”จ๐Ÿ”จ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ๐Ÿค™๐Ÿป๐Ÿค™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Ž

  7. Love your work bro. Love how you always acknowledge and compliment your team. You are somebody I would love to work for. You are a top man sir! Much love from NZ

  8. Got hooked on your channel about a year ago and you're the reason I discovered the post frame world. We are clearing land right now to build our shop-house and I couldn't be more excited! Thanks for the channel Kyle!

  9. This is much, much more than entertainment to us bro. This is therapy… I work in a dead end job at a factory and would kill to make a good living doing what you're doing. But at the moment I cant. But I love learning and watching your videos. Dont ever stop! Thank you!

  10. Hey Kyle- Thanks so much- to you as well as your crew. I enjoy watching your videos and always learn something. Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us. I, personally, am most appreciative.

  11. I have watched a bunch of your vids and put up some tin between the shop and house. Basically closing in a large carport.
    Even though I watched the vids I realized I still didn't understand just the trim details all that well. It will work, but I bet if it were your job…. down it would come:)

  12. Not questioning but not understanding why a pole building is so much cheaper than stick frames. Do you have a video on this subject?

  13. It may be boring, but I like this style of building, just one big rectangle. Can plastic be used instead of house wrap or will it sweat ? Thanks and thumbs up !!

  14. Yes Kyle, It is the geometry of the framework that yields the appeal! The appeal of your video's is the post and beam construction!

  15. Your buildings look just like a plan drawing! That's a compliment. Perfectly executed….everything looks straight. I manage a hardware store and gotta say that you must have a fortune invested in chain, hooks and turnbuckles.

  16. Hey Kyle do you think house wrap is beneficial even when using spray foam insulation? One positive I see to it is allowing you to remove the steel and preventing the spray foam insulation from sticking to the steel.

  17. Awesome as Always Kyle..๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Love all them lines and angles

  18. Kyle, do you dig the footings for your jobs or do you sub them out or do you leave that up to the customer to have them installed to spec?

  19. Kyle, I think the obsession and enjoyment of certain phases is an ocd thing. I have it , too.
    The satisfaction you feel for all the flawlessly designed parts of that very strong and highly practical geometric 3D puzzle coming together is felt down deep !
    Many of us feel it. That's why we watch. And its' why we anticipate every video.
    This video was very well done. I like the time-lapsed, narrated style.
    Thx
    Kip Carroll

  20. Kyle, just like to let you and your team known you're rocking. I have learned a lot and like the videos that you make. I live in Canada and am drawing our own future house with shop. Thanks and "Yes!" I like the looks of the frame of any building. That's the moment when a bit of lumber becomes a building. Love it.

  21. I could live in a house at the framing stage. Matt Risinger did a house where they left all the framing exposed. Awesome!

  22. I do telecommunications in California, itโ€™s really kinda satisfying to see large scale craftsmanship because I only work with Cat 5,6 and fiber in server rooms, keep up the good work!

  23. Yes Cal you are weird. But not having said that, it is extraordinary to the human brain when you see if formation of this type of geometry it's almost like looking at a natural crystal formation that has a geometry that is just naturally embedded into it origin. It is organic to see the structures go up and when the trusses and purlins are all put in place and you can sit back and look at it from different angles it replicates nature which is why it is so appealing to the human eye…. So having said that thank you I'll let you go love what you do love watching what you do and you got a great crew I hope you definitely reward them respectfully.!

  24. Cool Drone footage and some zig zags and some like drone stunt flying good job Kyle if you're the one that I actually did that which I've heard from other people that you are not the master drone that you profess to be

  25. I wish i could join this guy and help out on some sites just for the knowledge and experience. Wouldn't have to pay me anything.

  26. Wow,great building. Great footage. I have been a builder for 40 years and I can relate to what you are saying. Framing,trusses and sheathing were my favorite part,It is always downhill from there. Thanks for the content I like this style of your videos. Awesome drone footage.

  27. We never got to see the RR Buildings sign on the last couple finished buildings. I would be like Diresta on your buildings!! Make sure everyone knows who did that!!!

  28. Ive been enjoying your videos for quite sometime You and your crew have got the install of a building down to a Science Congrats

  29. Hey Kyle,
    Why would you be weird if you love tight, straight and repeating lines? Isn't that one of the most beautiful things in the world? Keep it up, love your vids. To bad we don't do buildings like that in the Netherlands. Then I would probably make a career change ๐Ÿ˜‚. I'll just have to settle with the vids you post, so keep 'm coming!!

  30. Heard about this channel on essential craftsman. I'm always looking for more and varieties of "how to" construction. Thank you

  31. You guys are the BOMB. I just wish you were from my area so I could hire you to build mine. And I agree with you Kyle. When I was young, I used to love framing. Always seemed to be the most satisfying.

  32. your buildings show signs of skilled craftsman, being in northern Illinois where Morton & Mc Cleary are common but all I have been in do not look that thought out or ascetically thought out. When lottery pays off I know what is on my spending list.

  33. How does one find a contractor that operates with as much care, consideration and precision as you? I am not near you unfortunately.

  34. What a great video although its time lapse I still would have enjoyed watching this project at normal speed but a bit of a difference is good for any type of channel…Stay Safe

  35. Was doing a 60×80 shop once. Just me and another guy putting the tin on the roof. Freak gust of wind came in and carried a single sheet probably 3km we could see it going through the next field. Lucky neither of us got hurt or anyone else.

  36. Hey Kyle, youโ€™re spot on with the bare structure view, in your words โ€œlooks killerโ€ very good description I reckon.

  37. Dang Iโ€™m bummed this one wasnโ€™t a build series. I tried to stay away from Instagram stories so there wouldnโ€™t be any spoilers. Haha.

  38. The perfect symmetry of your work Kyle is pornographic ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Do you install insulation on top of the ceiling?

  39. Wow…that is a MONSTER opening…wow…I'm looking at a simple 40×60 for my shop…one day…maybe one day. Though "Simple" I do want radiant floor heating because…well…Michigan…I'll also be needing cooling because…well…Michigan…LOL

  40. Very good video, very nice building ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿบ

  41. Once again Awesome video Kyle๐Ÿ‘ I Like that big A$$ door and all that cool framing… Thanks for the detailed commentary during your video.
    Just finishing up my first 24×40 with duel14x40 Lean two shop build for a buddy thanks to you.๐Ÿ‘

  42. Hey Kyle, if you don't mind me asking, about how much money does a concrete footer like this one here cost on a building of this size. Im looking at putting up two 60x120x 18 buildings and would think about doing the concrete footer. Also, is this building going to have a concrete floor put in? And is that 3 or 4 ft wainscotting? Thanks for the videos man, great job!

  43. Kyle, your drone fly-thru the trusses was awsone. Reminded me of how the Jedi must have felt while flying thru another galaxy at warp speed! You are the MASTER of your Trade.

  44. What does it cost to build a building like this from head to tell and I would want to of those doors on the same side so I can go in just one way please comment back that's with concrete everning insulation the whole kit and caboodle around how much please comment back thank you very much for this video

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