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The +Timber Framers Guild is lending a hand to craft and raise a large timber frame pavilion/barn, The Pemberton Barn project in Pemberton, B.C. The 50' by 150' structure will house the Farmers Market for the village of Pemberton. The raising will take place May 12 - 24. Our own +Mike Beganyi  provided the concept designs and continues to play an active role in this project.
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I'll be at the Architecture Boston Show next week in my role as New England Design / Project Coordinator for +New Energy Works Timberframers . Drop on by and check out our new trade show booth, as well as browse through our update portfolio.

Contact me for tickets!
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1180 Commercial Dr Farmington, NY 14425
1180 Commercial DriveUSNew YorkFarmington14425
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Timber frame home design/build company with 25+ years experience producing frames, trusses, and reclaimed timber locally in Oregon and New York. Strong focus on green & sustainable building practices.
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4 years ago
Amazing homes! They even use reclaimed timbers. And everything is crafted by hand, in the USA.
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4 years ago