BWC Builders, Inc.
Family Job Site Inspection Day!
Boss Baby aka Dolores Jane Goodrich

 

On August 8, 2017 we decided to hang out with Daddy (Chris Goodrich) for a bit to check out their progress on the house we are building for Jake Medler in West Point, AR.  Pictured above is our youngest daughter, Dolores, doing her walk thru inspection of the guys’ work so far!  I think she approves!!

Shop Building

Earlier this year we constructed a 30’x40′ Shop Building in Romance, Arkansas.

 

The location has a spectacular view of the foothills of the Ozark Mountains!

This project consisted of a

30’x40′ 4″ concrete pad smooth finish with wire mesh &

3500 PSI Visqueen Vapor Barrier- Granular Fill

3′ concrete ramp across front of building

8x8x16 block foundation – 2 block high

24″x12″ footings with 3 runs of #5 rebar,

Engineered Trusses 4/12 Pitch

2x6x10′ Sidewalls

2x4x10′ Endwalls

(4) Windows

(1) Man Door

(2) 9’x9′ Bay Doors

(1) 8’x8′ Bay Door

and a driveway with a turn-around

 

 

 

 

 

WHITE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ADDITION 2014

HOW BUILDING LOOKS TODAY

In 2014, we added an addition on to the White County Health Department in Searcy, Arkansas. These are some recent photos of the back of the addition, including the landscaping work as well.

A NEW PLAQUE WAS ADDED TO THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS NEW ADDITION

BWC Builders, Inc. was the General Contractor on this project. The Architect was Barry Hoffman of Hoffman Architectural Inc. also located in Searcy, Arkansas.

At the time of building this, our company had a Heat & Air Department so we installed all HVAC and Electrical throughout ourselves.

Project completion October 2014

PHOTOS DURING CONSTRUCTION:

ALMOST DONE…BUT BEFORE LANDSCAPING WAS COMPLETED!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finishing A Cabin In Colorado

In 2015, we moved to Colorado…mainly to build small buildings for the oilfield…but we also got to do a few other projects.  Below are several pictures from a cabin near Livermore, CO that we completed for the homeowner.

Overlooking the Rocky Mountain National Park made this project especially fun to build!

When we got started, it was only a shell, we had to install all interior walls, floors, stairs, cabinets and fixtures, as well as finish the exterior.

One side of the house was almost 40 feet to the top of the siding hanging over the edge of a cliff! We had to stain all of it!

It snowed a few times on us, and with no electricity ran yet, we had to make do with a generator and heater!

Thankfully, we were only there a few weeks!

Custom Built Shower and Floor