|This material being nailed is a plywood soffit.|
|The material being pocket screwed is the fascia boards.|
Here I am utilizing my speed square to keep my nails in alignment while I am fastening the fascia to the ladder fly-rafter that was constructed.
ASSEMBLY of our 12' x 24' Storage Shed
We volunteered our time on Friday the 14th of November to help assemble the 12' x 24' shed building we constructed that was then picked and driven to Readfeild ME where it was to be a shed for the Maranacook High School track team. We had several students from the first year BCT program commute to help erect this shed. As you can tell we got some snow that morning, but in the photo above we are laying our first platform section on a gravel pad.
Here you can see it begin to take its shape the same as it did when it was at CMCC in the building shop.
Here we have one gable end truss on and several other trusses installed.
Here is about as far as we could get before we had to pack up and call it a day. Both gable end trusses were installed and all of the middle trusses. We only had a day to try and complete it but with only a handful of students and not the whole class we had to just do what we could with the time we had. Later in the week Maranacook High School is having a community day where anyone can work on it to complete it. But we got a good majority of it up and assemble in just one day.