Sunset Green Home is at a stage where things seem to be moving very quickly and the progress is visible from day to day. The pool house framing is nearly complete.
Inside, the framers have divided the structure into distinct spaces.
And the framers have done their job using material efficient framing techniques such as the ladder blocking shown here, which saves materials and allows Sunset Green Home's builder, Coastal Management, to get more insulation into the building envelope.
Meanwhile, as the framers were completing their work on the pool house, the pool contractors from Tortorella Group were just starting theirs. They measured, marked and cut Sunset Green Home's pool pilings to the right height for the pool's grade beams, and then installed fill around the pilings.
They began to build a series of forms that will hold the concrete and rebar of the pool's grade beams.
Here's what the forms look like inside, with rebar cages that will provide strength and structural integrity to the pool's grade beams.
As I left the site, the framing crew was delivering and starting to install floor joists for the main house. If the construction crew keeps up their pace, I should have a lot more to report in next week's progress update!