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Beau Flack in front of the job site tool shed putting together our lunch table, the power pole and job camera are mounted on the pole in front of the covered barbeque.

Beau Flack in front of the job site tool shed putting together our lunch table, the power pole and job camera are mounted on the pole in front of the covered barbeque.

Beau Flack standing under newly installed Tridipanel roof in front of the job shack, we placed visqueen over the Tridipanels to help keep our lunch area dry, also we purchased a use refrigerator Beau also built our lunch table.

Beau Flack standing under newly installed Tridipanel roof in front of the job shack, we placed visqueen over the Tridipanels to help keep our lunch area dry, also we purchased a use refrigerator Beau also built our lunch table.

The crew preparing lunch, we take turns each day having a different chef prepare lunch, the barbeque was purchased at a local garage sale, a lot of the food is purchased at the local farmers markets.

The crew preparing lunch, we take turns each day having a different chef prepare lunch, the barbeque was purchased at a local garage sale, a lot of the food is purchased at the local farmers markets.

Rod Hadrian senior checking out the job shack, all tools were shipped over from the mainland with the panels. We have every possible tool required to complete this project, the shed has shelves on all three sides and racks overhead to hold tools.

Rod Hadrian senior checking out the job shack, all tools were shipped over from the mainland with the panels. We have every possible tool required to complete this project, the shed has shelves on all three sides and racks overhead to hold tools..

Our plan desk, Julio and Beau pose for photos, Julio with rake and Beau with the broom, we allow 15 minutes per day before leaving the job site to do all the clean up daily and prepare the areas for the next days work, all waste is placed in designated recycle trash bins.

Our plan desk, Julio and Beau pose for photos, Julio with rake and Beau with the broom, we allow 15 minutes per day before leaving the job site to do all the clean up daily and prepare the areas for the next days work, all waste is placed in designated recycle trash bins.

Robert Mechielsen and Ty Drake going over details of the Hi'ilani project in our office located just off site, notice the model just above the computer screen.

The plan table with tyveck rap and small over hang on the open side in case we get rain and we did on a daily basis, we now also store a few small tools inside the plan desk, marking pencils, felt pens, small squares, all lay out tools.

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