Joel McInnis
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Expectation Protocol

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Senier Sep 21, 2011. 5 Replies

Throughout the posts on the forum, I have noticed "Expectations" mentioned. How do you fabricators that make your vocation at this set /manage client expectations? Thanks.

 

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At 10:34pm on October 5, 2011, Robert Winckler said…

Yea, a total re design and improvement on what the architect had planned. He had them all goofed considering the size of the hole and the rise. The code had eliminated the three piece winder a couple years before but we were outside city limits and it was the only way. I considered it my first really bad ass achievement in the realm of design. They are not concrete but I knew then that was where I was headed. I had already done a few cast in place islands. Concrete has the best potential for amazing things. Nineteen treads all mortise and tenon until the general asked me to put screws in because he did not like the "squeaking" ..ouch. He was a real glue and screw freak. They always still made noise the first two times out of twenty walk ups. I guess the wood had to stretch. My two year old son was the first to cut the ribbon and use them. A tribute to the time I had to spend away from him. They took a lot of time. A lot more than the 13 G I was paid. The house sold for 3.2 in less than two weeks. I like to think that was in part because of my stair design in the entry. The owner, Mrs. Summers told me the house was really impressive compared to all her friends in Aspen. Thanks for noticing and give me a ring if you are ever in the area.

Robert

At 5:28pm on August 20, 2011, Jim Ralston said…
Yes a revolution is in order!
At 4:18pm on August 20, 2011, Jim Ralston said…

Yea thats what i thought.

Im laking alittle faith an hope  in our leaders and our way of life in general right now Joel!

Im oppressed on all sides my friend.

 
 
 

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