While I love the pics from the "smiffs" when they post on here and hope they keep them coming I thought I would would post pics of my new build project. I am in the middle of a small town in central Kentucky remodeling a bank that has been there for a 100 years. Only 25 minutes from the house so I like that. We are tearing off the outside of the building and mostly gutting the inside. Sometime in the early 70's they put this fiberglass BS on the outside. Looks awful and the new president of the bank wants it gone. The problem is I have to keep the bank OPEN. haha. Gonna be a challenge. The mayor lives across the street and the county courthouse is 100 yards away. Of course in a town of a few 1,000 everybody is watching us. As you can see from the pics some major power lines 9' from the building. Our lift is 92" wide. I had KU, Kentucky Utilities, come and wrap some of the lines and disconnect the ones over 300 watts. Code says anything less than 300 DON'T TOUCH and anything above that 8' clearance. The guys are a little nervous but gotta do what you are told to do. Good guys working on the job so I ain't skeered. Will try and update this from time to time. Here are a few pics of the project. Covered walk way to protect people walking down the street. As you can see the power lines are close. Starting the tear off. What is behind the tear off. Way more to do but this stuff is HEAVY. The dumpster is full and I'm hoping they can pick it up.