Here in Woodside, California, this fire resistant home is approximately 6,000 Sq. Ft. of living space featuring multi levels with an underground garage. The structure is built with the concrete wall panels. Which include the floor, walls, and roof 100% panel. Some of the roof spans were approximately 38 ft. with cantilevered over hangs.
Upper level shown in this photo adjacent to the garage at the lower level.
Garage built at the lower lever, where the panels act as retaining walls on the back side of the home.
Electricians installing the electrical sub panels into panel wall system.
Cutting the length as close as possible to the exact length to prevent the waste of the product is prudent. Panel installer’s sitting on scrape pile.
This Makita 16 inch beam saw to cut thru the 5 inch polystyrene panel. This panel measures 6-1/4 inches thick from wire to wire. The 16 inch Mk-404 diamond ductile blade will cut thru the complete panel.
Makita 16 inch beam saw shown setting on a five inch polystyrene core panel as you can see the blade cuts completely thru the panel.
The long panels and spans here, show the installers raising a panel used as a roof panel, the temporary shoring keeps the panels level.
Installer setting the panel in position as a roof panel, the panel shown in the photo was over 30 ft in length. The small narrow piece of panel above will act as a bond beam on top of the roof system.
Trained installers fastening the wall panels to the roof panels and adjusting the roof panel.