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Steel framed house going up in Tindaya
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Although I've obviously seen steel framed construction used for commercial properties it's the first time I've seen it being used for a house. Not even sure it's steel, just guessing!

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It's on my normal dog walking route so I'll follow progress with interest.
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Are you sure it is a house, Tamara? those supporting Struts look a bit odd for a house.
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(25-03-2020, 08:28 AM)Johnrgby Wrote: Are you sure it is a house, Tamara? those supporting Struts look a bit odd for a house.

John looking closely at the enlarged photos I think they are temporary supports until all four side are up.
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(25-03-2020, 09:08 AM)windermeregolfer Wrote:
(25-03-2020, 08:28 AM)Johnrgby Wrote: Are you sure it is a house, Tamara? those supporting Struts look a bit odd for a house.

John looking closely at the enlarged photos I think they are temporary supports until all four side are up.

Yes I agree John having had a closer look they would appear temporary.
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I don't think it is temporary.  I looks like aluminium box section.
Ive only seen it used for internal walls (not external).  I don't
think it is temporary because it has window openings
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(25-03-2020, 11:05 AM)Si Tie Wrote: I don't think it is temporary.  I looks like aluminium box section.
Ive only seen it used for internal walls (not external).  I don't
think it is temporary because it has window openings

I think you'll find that the temporary sections that are being referred to are the triangulated sections.
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There's one being built on the road to Triqui from PDR. I suspect also that the one next door is metal framed as it is a similar style.
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Looks like what can be found in this link Tamara.http://arkeo-system.com/en/
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Yeah, that looks like it 👍👍
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Thanks for the responses everyone, nice to talk about something different and take our minds off COVID19 for a few minutes at least.

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I'm sooo glad I've got a dog and can get out for walks. I've even enjoyed the noises from the build that carry on the wind down to us, knowing someone else is around!
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