Rough carpentry

Rough carpentry

The wood framing and sheathing of a building, including blocking, joists, rafters, stringers, studs, and subflooring.

rough carpentry

In a building of wood-frame construction, that part of the framing, 2, which includes boxing and sheeting.
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Ostovich found himself mostly doing rough carpentry for the house's walls and roof.
Notice is hereby given that McCormack intends to submit a bid to self-perform the work included in the Concrete Package, Rough Carpentry Package and Finish Carpentry Package.
The work included the building's concrete slab, underground plumbing, roof, composite metal panels and siding for the soffits and fascia, cold formed metal framing for the interior steel studs and interior partitions and rough carpentry
Shell construction, rough carpentry & concrete pumping.
The book includes four sections: tools and materials, rough carpentry, exterior finish, and interior finish.
That's a lazy answer, though, because the contractors will have assembled their proposal in pieces usually by specific trades like framers / rough carpentry, electrical, and HVAC, either to allow them to engage subcontractors or because it simply makes sense to estimate the work by discipline.
Since taking over in 1995, she has expanded its scope, turning it into a contractor that fills the drywall, light-gauge metal framing and rough carpentry needs for large-scale, high-end building projects.
Roofing 80% Drywall 78% Brick Masonry 72% Painting 60% Rough Carpentry 51% Siding 32% Plumbing 15% Electric 14% Finish carpentry 12% HVAC 8% Other 12% * * includes concrete, tile, landscaping, demolition.
Create an easy-to-understand format for your cost breakdown by laying it out in sections titled Start-Up, Land & Financing, Excavation & Foundation, Rough Carpentry, Exterior Finishes, Mechanical, Interior Finishes, Allowances, and Builder Margin.
Additionally, taxpayers should include a site visit for projects under construction, ideally after the contractor completes the rough carpentry, plumbing and electrical work, but prior to "finish" of work.
The unit topics are as follows: (1) orientation to the building and property management industry; (2) basic safety procedures; (3) basic procedures; (4) computerized property maintenance management systems; (5) blueprints/layout work; (6) masonry applications and repairs; (7) rough carpentry applications and repairs; (8) roof applications and repairs; (9) plumbing installations and repairs; (10) electrical installations and repairs; (11) interior finish/carpentry procedures; (12) heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and components; and (13) welding and cutting operations.
A flat carpenter's pencil won't break as easily as an ordinary round one and works best for rough carpentry work.