Monday’s field notes

MRB Contracting, cladding, Kingsburg, new construction

28 Jan 2013 Monday’s field notes

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MRB Contracting, sunset, Kingsburg, new constructionLast week was beautiful with clear skies and amazing light. With the clear skies came cold weather. Air temps hovered below -10 C. for the entire week. Cold enough that some of the more sheltered bays around Kingsburg were frozen. It’s strange to see a frozen briny ocean. It even seemed as if the tides had stopped affecting the shoreline along the bay roads.

We spent the week working mostly on Kingsburg 1 – finishing off the Cape Cod siding and installing the skirting and decks. The place is coming together nicely. The drywall crew braved icy roads and finished up their side of things not without their own challenges from the cold.

MRB Contracting, cladding, Kingsburg, new construction

 

MRB Contracting, drywall, Kingsburg, new construction

 

MRB Contracting, cladding, Kingsburg, new construction

 

The James Street portfolio had a few photo additions. The kitchens were fitted with modern minimalist Baltic birch cabinets. Concrete floors in the kitchen give way to beautiful hardwood floors throughout the rest of the space.

MRB Contracting, woodshop, Baltic birch cabinets

 

Hope you enjoyed the first on our Team Profile series featuring Mike Burns. Keep an eye for a new profile on Thursday. And as always, thanks for stopping by!