In the Texas Hill Country there is just not enough room
to store all the things that are needed to support and
enjoy the acreage common to this very unique area.
There is a remedy to this common dilemma.
Both steel and wood framed buildings are a perfect solution.
From dirt to the finish product, quality is in every step.
With the high demand for concrete, the best time to get it
is when most people are sleeping.
Pour and finish, it’s a beautiful thing.
They say when the mud dry’s out, it gets really hard.
Notice the curb for the main shop area.
When the ground slopes, the perimeter beams
become really tall.
Getting started erecting the red steel structure.
What a beautiful spot to build an RV /Shop building.
And that is the bones for this project.
Main shop structure in the center
and an open overhang on each side.
Personally, I like accent colors,
and this red I really like a lot.
Shop Interior, front and back.
The final touch is the stone accent,
and our Mason is the best at stone accents!
A really nice spot to house the RV
The other side is for trailers and acreage implements.