Originally Posted by ronbo51
Thanks. Cool pics. Spray foam on the ceiling. All steel. No visible slab plumbing. Plywood backers on the walls must be for wall mounted AC units, fans?. Not sure what the pile of stuff in the left foreground is, maybe insulation board.. Be interesting to see the progression, what products they choose for water, air, filtration, pest management. All those mini splits seem awkward, but there must be a reason to go that route for cooling. Someone not bound by financial constraints may or may not make good decisions, but as someone who has had to compromise because of lack of capital, even though it forces you to think more, work harder, and do with less, sometimes it just doesn't allow you to do what needs to be done. Adequate capital solves a lot of problems, but it is no guarantee of success. Please keep the progress updated.
Thanks. I am also intrigued and was happy to share. In regard to the plumbing, its going on right now, the guys cutting channels in the concrete and one poor guy saddled with push out loads of dirt and debris in a fucked up, busted ass wheelbarrow.
They seem to compartmentalize. No one contractor seems to be fully up on the operation, and of course I only go there when TPTB aren't around. I didn't want to ask too many questions and rouse suspicion. I'm sure they wouldn't approve of my disclosures.
There is stacks of... Literally hundreds of propagation trays, 5' wide, in sections. End sections and center sections.
I will get a picture of the blueprints next time if possible
Yes, piles of corrugated insulation board. It appears to be being done with no without cutting corners.
My assumption about the mini splits is individual zone climate control, but there are more here (pics to follow) than I've ever seen in one place.