The following is a pictorial report on the progress made at the Crystal Coast Habitat building project at 272 Ford Street Jacksonville, NC. We hope to update the report weekly with each major building phase including pictures. Construction is being supervised by Marlo Construction who also provided the Lot for the building. The construction volunteers work at the site every Tuesday and Thursday. Currently the volunteers on this project have been active duty Marines as well as our regular volunteers (some are retired Marines). Work days are also scheduled on Saturdays for different volunteer groups.
Intial building phase has involved the Foundation and Floor system for the 1st floor.
Framing phase of first floor has also been completed.
The floor system has been added to the Second Floor and OSB sheathing added to the First Floor.
Progressing on Second Floor framing.
Additional 2nd floor framing added.
Second Floor partitions and OSB sheahting nearing completion.
We have started adding the roof shingles this past week.
Progress is now being made on the front porch with the roof being added.
The roof has now taken shape on the front deck, steps to be added.
Decorative posts were installed.
The back deck has been added, steps to follow.
The Exterior doors and windows have been added.
James Hardie blue fiber cement siding was provided by Jacksonville Building Supply and installation is being done now.
Drywall has been completed on both floors.
Siding is just about complete.
Inside painting has started.
Siding is complete and the yard has been graded.
The driveway has been graded with stone provided by Martin Maietta and sod has been layed in the yard.
Porch steps and railing are being added.
Sod and landscaping complete thanks to Richlands Rotary. Front Porch Railings also complete thanks to volunteers.
Interior floors are now completed.
The storage shed build was completed with materials from the Jacksonville Resale Store and is ready for transport to the building site. Thanks to Mike larson and Marine volunteers.
More to come.