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Bugeyeguy Bee Hive build- out

Bending the hand rail

We are in the middle of a big push right now to finish our facility renovations. We’re really proud of our converted 1951 Quonset hut so I wanted to share what we worked on this week, in tandem with the seven Bugeyes we are currently building for clients.

One of the missing pieces has been the railing on our loading dock. Above you can see Kenny putting the bends in the new hand railing. The guy’s good-he started with a straight steel tube. 

That railing hangs from simple I- beams he cut, profiled and mounted to the concrete. We next had them powdercoated. Those stanchions support the entire cable railing system that will go in next. 

Welding the railing to the brackets

Below you can see the nearly finished railings (ran out of daylight). Next week, we’ll finish profiling the loading dock for drainage, and then mount the rest of the stanchions, so the cables can be strung.

Thank you Kenny for fabricating all this great metal work! And thanks to Jeff Hoover of Tappe Architects for this great design!

Code required extensions welded on the bottom of the rail
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