Today's job


#987

Outsides of a bar doing there sides and back windows. Not sure how long they were sitting there.


#988

Nice!

All day affair for the crew?


#989

15 man days


#990

Waterfed pole


#991

Which wfp at what length?

Nice! Great picture for the office wall.


#992

Use the gardener ultimate and had couple sections left over.

The insides are scheduled for December which will require a Denka lift and a lot of swearing. Architects and designers who install light fixtures that dangle 20 feet from the ceiling in front of a curtain wall, I don’t understand it.


#993

Its ascetically pleasing, they have zero care factor how it gets cleaned, their problem is just to make it look good on paper or a model.


#994

That’s a nice pole!


#995

It’s my favorite pole by far, prices come down on them since I purchase it last year, we’re doing another one


#996

An alternative setup for these standoffs never saw much use for but this worked great thought I’d share hate these window boxes.


#997

That time of year when I find myself burning the candle at both ends, cramming as much in before winter as possible. This week’s job…


#998

4 story building with a two and a half foot overhang under the 4th floor windows.

Gardiner 47 ft extreme with 14" gooseneck, barely enough to reach into the bottom of window.


#999

Everything possible with the right tools and know how!


#1000

Have to be super careful of grinding that last section of your expensive pole on that ledge, yeah?


#1001

Extreme WFP right there! :sunglasses:


#1002

I have broken top section of poles in that same manner just the slightest tap on that can just send enough pressure to snap that top thin section. Easy does it


#1003

Do you avoid extending the slimmest one, unless you need the length?


#1004

Only when working above 3 floors, stiffer and stronger for sure. I did need to learn it by breaking a few first.


#1005

Enjoying the last bits of sunshine and perfect weather…


#1006

That’s some skilled Wfp work there Joshua :wink: … you can rock that Wfp brother!

Just proves that if there is a will there is a way!!