3526 Multiview was a huge project spanning over two years and approximately two million dollars. It was quite overgrown and neglected when we got the property. The permits took 6 months and the plans included a 500 ft addition, detached garage, decks all around and a remodeled pool that was buried under a deck.
Time to get started and pull out the heavy machinery...
A scary question to be asked, "Where do I drill?"
"How are we going to get all of these rebar cages up that narrow street?!?"
After many weeks and months all of our friction piles were finally set and ready for concrete. All told there were about 30 of these holes at approximately 20 to 25 feet deep.
No child labor laws were broken during the making of this house. ; )
Thats my son spending the day with me.
Many big challenges loomed along the way. In this case- how do you stand up a gigantic steel beam and get it level?!?
To see this garage pinned to the hillside has never stopped amazing me. In this picture it looks like a really beefy tree house.
A light at the end of a very long tunnel. Framing, stucco and roof complete!
Uncovering the existing and abandoned pool. They built a crummy deck on top of it.
Kitchen cabinets being installed.
Cable railing going in…
We build a lot of custom lighting for these renovations. We built this one out of Walnut to match the kitchen cabinet detail.
The kitchen- and the entire house almost complete!