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    Hua Hin build(3)

    Here's a new house we started last month, actually it started just before that but we were delayed with the kick off due to the weather. There are a couple of changes to the final floorplan but its basically the same.
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    Split. What about that 'new build'...Is it an 'old build' now?

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    here are the elevations.




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    And a couple of renders of how the final house should look like.




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    it was based on the design of this build.
    http://teakdoor.com/construction-in-...n-hua-hin.html (New build in Hua Hin)

    keeping the same colour scheme and idea of privacy, but on a larger plot of 900sqm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post
    Split. What about that 'new build'...Is it an 'old build' now?
    both under construction at the same time. I will update both, but this one should be quicker.(hopefully)

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    siteplan.


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    section and electrical plan




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    heres the plot.the profiles are up. the land ends where the profiles are.

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    holes are dug but we strike a problem.


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    water water water.
    the rainy season has the water table about 1 meter from the surface.




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    we waited a few weeks to see if the level dropped....it didn't, so we had to make a decision.
    wait 2-3 months and then continue or pile.

    piles won.




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    the piles were cut off at the correct level and soil was back filled and compacted.




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    shuttering was started for the footings. A blinding layer of concrete was poured and the steel for the footings and columns added.







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    Terrific looking plans. Can't wait to see it all come together. Another quality build by splitlid for sure. Good luck!

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    Cracking looking build SL I might well be interested in this very design

    Could you PM me a rough cost of this one please ?

    BTW if you do it WILL remain in the PM section

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    cheers guys. Nigel, I thought of you when I started this thread as I knew you liked the last one.

    time to fill all those holes with concrete.




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    shuttering off and stub columns are ready for pouring.




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    stub columns poured and stripped.




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    all backfilled and compacted, blinding layer of concrete poured and the beams can begin.




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    and here they are, pics taken today, don't usually work sundays but got to make up the lost time.






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    time for an update,
    beams all poured (mostly), we are leaving a few so the pool can be dug on the 5th.






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    time for a bit of plumbing, these guys have so far managed to keep away from the normal clusterf@ck of Thai plumbing standards.







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    Quote Originally Posted by splitlid View Post


    Well ..... more welcome education for me .

    I haven't seen anchoring like this before . Meaning those tubes into which you turn the rebar .
    May I ask ...... how far down into the tubes does that rebar run ?

    And then when you have your 'stub' columns formed I can't see how you attach the taller rebar to those stubs .

    And I want to understand .

    Or at least appear as if I understand .


    Happy New Year splitlid .




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    Nice.

    But to be honest, I'd triple the width of those single windows.

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