[Noisebridge-discuss] Wall building
superq at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 00:23:29 UTC 2011
If anyone has a 1/2" EMT conduit bender we could really use it right
now. We need to re-wire all the lights in the rooms.
On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 09:13, Shannon Lee <shannon at scatter.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Moving faster than I expected, we got all but one section of the walls
> framed yesterday (the one not framed is the wall between Turing and Church,
> which still has lights in it). Today, the plan is to start putting up
> drywall; we'll be starting the drywall at noon-ish. See Danny and Miloh's
> comment on the parallel thread for info about what's needed; however, even
> if you don't need anything, just show up and help!
> On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 1:20 PM, Shannon Lee <shannon at scatter.com> wrote:
>> 50 2x4x92.25" studs acquired.
>> Framing nail gun acquired.
>> 1500 10-penny nails acquired.
>> So far, expenditures are running $225 (no exact figures yet as Action
>> Rentals' cash registers are down).
>> We are still going to need maybe 10 sheets of sheetrock, a bucket of mud,
>> and some sheetrock tape, as well as whatever paint people wish to apply.
>> On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 5:00 PM, Shannon Lee <shannon at scatter.com> wrote:
>>> I've called and reserved a nail gun ($35/day and they're open on Friday;
>>> nails cost something like $6 for 300 or 7000 for $100. Wood is going to
>>> cost us $2 per 2x4 stud. We have about 16 sheets of drywall, and I haven't
>>> called yet to find out how much more of it costs but I remember it being
>>> something like $7 a sheet.
>>> I figure we're going to spend about $100 in studs, and might spend that
>>> again in sheet rock and mud, so if someone could be along Friday to cover
>>> these that'd be great.
>>> I'm paying for nails and nail gun and beer.
>>> Can someone at the space let me know if the circular saw is (a) still
>>> there (b) functional and (c) stocked with a blade?
>>> Anybody else who has circular saw, hammer, mudding gear, et cetera,
>>> please feel free to bring them.
>>> Above all, anybody who wants to help out, come by the space after about
>>> two on Friday, and after 10 on Saturday and Sunday and we'll put you to
>>> Look forward to seeing you all,
>>> On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 11:30 PM, Shannon Lee <shannon at scatter.com>
>>>> Hi Noisebridge,
>>>> As has been discussed at the last couple of meetings, a crew of us are
>>>> meeting up this weekend to put Tops on the Walls.
>>>> The plan is to meet up Friday around Noon to take measurements and
>>>> collect up some money, after which we'll go get 2x4s and sheetrock (if
>>>> needed). Saturday is for Framing, Sunday is for Rocking and Mudding.
>>>> This is going to cost about (I Guestimate) $500; various people have
>>>> offered various amounts, but more money would be welcome.
>>>> The money will go for 2x4s and (possibly) sheetrock, tape and mud, as
>>>> well as the rental of a framing nail gun.
>>>> In addition to money, we need bodies! If you don't have anything
>>>> planned for this weekend and would like to work off some of that Turkey,
>>>> come on down and we'll put you to work. Don't feel like you need to come for
>>>> more than one day, don't feel like you have to come for more than an hour!
>>>> Just come on down and do some dirty work, it's good for the soul.
>>>> Jim is, I understand, planning to do some preparatory electrical work,
>>>> and I think Robert is going to be pulling stuff away from the walls on
>>>> Thursday after Thanksgiving, any help you can give them would also be
>>>> greatly appreciated.
>>>> Kaya has volunteered the use of her truck, so I believe we have
>>>> Transport covered.
>>>> I will be buying beer.
>>>> Hope to see you all this weekend!
>>>> Shannon Lee
>>>> (503) 539-3700
>>>> "Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science."
>>> Shannon Lee
>>> (503) 539-3700
>>> "Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science."
>> Shannon Lee
>> (503) 539-3700
>> "Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science."
> Shannon Lee
> (503) 539-3700
> "Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science."
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