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Office walls- sound resistant

April 5, 2014 Leave a comment

This project is for a family counselor and privacy is required between the partitioned rooms we are building; a waiting room and counseling room.

Dan (1aEmpty space to be partitioned. Waiting area will be on the left.

Dan (1cFloor is covered with plastic and walls are screwed into concrete floor.

Dan (1bStaggered studs are used. This design is so that sound does not travel through the studs to the other side of the wall.

Dan (1dClose up of staggered studs.

Dan (1eOnly half of the studs will be used for this side of the wall.

The moldings were custom made in my shop to match the existing moldings in the building.

The finished family counseling space.

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Dan (19)From the waiting area looking in.

Commerical interiors

October 6, 2010 Leave a comment

I love doing commercial interiors. I usually assist with design as well as the construction.

Reception counter

The curved oak baseboard is created by using many small pieces glued and nailed and then sanding. The laminated front is bent over an MDF frame. The curved frame is made by many small pieces glued and nailed together then sanded. Auto body filler is used to create the smoothly curved sub-surface. The top is solid surface by Staron.

Maple based counter

This is a simple work station of laminate over MDF. We always make sure that the legs have strong structural supports unseen under the counter top.