My Goal to Document Progress…
I had some free time yesterday as my wife took the kids to game stop. They were geeked up about getting new video games to add to their collection. Since I had a couple of hours to kill, I decided to take a short road trip out to Monroe, Georgia. I was going to see how construction was coming on some new designs that I had completed for a new builder client. At my last visit, about a month ago, sites were being cleared and foundations were being prepared. This time around, framing is well underway and moving at a quick pace.
When possible or when I’m able to, I take photos to document the progress of my home designs under construction all the way to completion. It’s always interesting to go back and look at the skeleton being developed prior to seeing the finished product. However, it has been the case for me that I usually fall off the wagon and miss taking future photos as construction continues. Hopefully I will do better this time around.
While I do take photos of homes under construction, I typically don’t publish these photos. That will change with this post. I figured that if I show these pics on my company blog, I would feel obligated to follow-up with more house construction photos to show the progression all the way through to completion. To kick things off, I will be sharing some pics of plan BP12003 in this post. The home plan has a name but I will refrain from using it at the moment.
BP12003 will be a part of my home building plans collection as it was inspired by the specs of the home builder. It is around 2,700 plus square feet on a two story design. This home is being built in a golf community subdivision.
Construction seems to be coming along well! I can hardly wait to see how the exterior will turn out once brick, stone, and siding materials are selected. Right now it may be hard to imagine the final look in all its grand, but waiting to see is part of the fun I suppose. If you are wondering where the elevation will end up, take a look at the drawing below for the front elevation as designed.
As the days, weeks, and months roll on, I look to remain focused on following construction on this home and others to follow. So be on the lookout as I attempt to update! And finally, if you are interested to know, this plan will be available for sale in the near future on designevolutions.com in the home building plan section of the stock house plans collection.
Continue on to see the next post in this series of construction photos at, Plan BP12003 – Home Construction Continues.
Professional Building Designer and owner Design Evolutions Inc., GA, specializing in residential design. Visit online at http://www.designevolutions.com
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