Thursday, October 23, 2014

Just Some Random Pictures in a West Coast Prefab Factory

Recently I was sent some stills from a video produced by a well known West Coast prefab factory. I would like to share them with you only to show how a steel built home differs from an East Coast wood built home.

The first screen shot has 3 guys up on ladders working while 6 guys stand in a circle and appear to be making gestures over a set of blue prints (one has a cup of coffee) and another is bending over looking for a screw. In PA we call this a PennDOT work crew; 6 supervisors and 3 workers.

Here is another shot from below with 3 guys balanced on two ladders while a supervisor looks on. I really don’t think this is the way the ladder manufacturer wanted his ladders used.

The third picture appears to be a guy, again on a ladder, using an angle grinder above his head.

My friends keep telling me not to point out these obvious funny things until they get blue in the face. It doesn’t stop me.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is comforting to know that it is actually the location of the factory...east coast/west coast and the type of materials used...steel/wood....that shows how the people work.