How to Start a Commercial Building Project for Your Small to Mid-Sized Business

You’re ready to add a new structure to your commercial property or you’ve outgrown your existing building and are ready to move to a new location.

Starting a commercial building project requires lots of planning. Whether it’s designing a building, procuring building permits, developing a budget, or constructing a time-frame, the process requires plenty of decision-making.
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Timber Frame House FAQs

You’re excited to build a new home, and timber frame houses have caught your eye. Should you go with a traditional steel-frame structure or a timber frame? These frequently asked questions (FAQs) on timber frame houses can help you decide how to create the home of your dreams.
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Custom Post-Frame Barn Includes Rec Space with B-Ball Court and Loft


Charles and Carolyn Reichenbach wanted to build a custom post-frame barn that would allow them to enjoy time with family and friends. They envisioned a dream structure that would include space for basketball and indoor soccer, plus a loft that would serve as a rec area. The couple also wanted to invest in a building that could later be converted into a large garage if they sold the property. Continue reading

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New Residential Horse Barn Erected in Massachusetts


Karen Eisenhauer and Rachel Gerstein were facing issues with the barn at their home. It was outdated and worn, not the safest environment for their two horses. They visited a farm a few miles down the road, and when they found out that equestrian facility had been built by Quarry View Construction, Karen knew exactly who to call.

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What Makes a Wood Framed Commercial Structure More Cost Effective?

You can afford a wood framed commercial structure.

More accessible materials

Wood in its natural form is an excellent building material. The only modification required is cutting the timber to uniform sizes. Most of today’s timber for wood framed construction is obtained from actively managed timber, where trees are replanted regularly. This process of replanting timber is not nearly as complicated as repurposing an open pit iron ore mine. This results in a renewable building material that is relatively low cost to produce.
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