Home Project . . .

There has been a great deal of progress made on our current home project.   A lot of concrete work has taken place.  Some photos are posted below for your viewing.

Pex Tubing (underfloor heat) ready to have concrete poured over it.

PEX tubing (under floor heat) ready to have concrete poured over it.

Lux Concrete, Inc. pouring and screeding concrete over the Pex Tubing.

Lux Concrete, Inc. pouring and screeding concrete over the PEX tubing.

Notice the basement walls are complete on the photo above.  The concrete is being poured over the PEX, being cautious to not crush the tubing.  Below are a couple more photos of the concrete pours.  There has been a lot of framing taking place too, but photos aren’t yet available.  Walls have been framed and rafters have been set.  The goal is to have all of the rafters set and braced by today’s end.  We’ll see if this happens!  🙂  The weather has been extremely hot this week for the guys.

The Pex Tubing is layed so that it all comes back to one main area - the mechanical area of the home, where it will eventually be connected with the home's HVAC system.

The PEX tubing is placed in such a way that it all channels back to one main area – the mechanical area of a structure, where it will eventually be connected with the HVAC system.

Lux Concrete, Inc. - basement walls are poured and set, now the floor.

Lux Concrete, Inc. – basement walls are poured and set, now the floor.

The Beginning . . .

06/29/2015  Nill Construction, Inc. officially turned dirt for a new home build.  We hope to fill you in from time to time on the building progress.  Following are a few photos from the excavation and the footings/foundation work, which is being completed by  Lux Concrete out of Jamestown, ND.  Follow us on Facebook:  https://facebook.com/NillConstructionInc or check out our website at http://nillconstruction.com

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20150711_184018Rebar installed in footings.

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20150711_184257An interesting photo of rebar.

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20150711_184310The trusted wheelbarrow – often used in concrete work.  Looking lonely at the moment.

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IMG_1556Concrete Pumper Truck – used to pour footings and foundation.

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IMG_1587Water Proofing Platon Membrane installed.

NEW ADDRESS: 2602 3rd Ave SW – Jamestown, ND 58401 – Yes, it’s official! Nill Construction, Inc. has moved!

It’s official – Nill Construction, Inc. has moved.  Our new location is 2602 3rd Ave SW, Jamestown, ND 58401.  Our building process has finally come to 20150708_161103[1]a point of completion, close enough anyway,  to where we’ve been able to occupy our building for 2+ weeks.  We’re excited to share our building knowledge and expertise with our customers from our new building facility!

Nill Construction, Inc.  can design build your new commercial building or bring your dreams of designing and building a new custom home into reality.   Stop by for a visit to discuss all of your building needs!  We are here for you!

Nill Construction, Inc. is also an American Steel Building Dealer.  Check out the link below:  http://www.americanbuildings.com.   Our new building is an American Steel Building with an EIFS and Stone front with spray foam insulation, providing an exceptional R value energy efficiency.

Nill Construction, Inc. is also able to service and provide for all of your Overhead Door needs.  We sell, install Midland Overhead Doors and are able to service all brands.  Call us for all of your Overhead Door needs!  701.252.6077

Check out our website at:  http://www.nillconstruction.com

Visit us on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/NillConstructionInc

Concrete poured in office portion of building . . .

Monday morning McGruder and his crew poured the concrete floor for the office portion of the building.  Some photos are shown below.  A conveyor was used for the concrete.  Thursday a large portion of the shop floor will be poured.  Things are coming together!

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Office Concrete Prep . . .

Some pics showing Friday’s progress.  The PEX Tubing for the under floor heat and the steel reinforcing is completely installed in the office area. McGruder’s crew is prepping their screed for the concrete pour on Monday.  2″ Greyflex Styrofoam Insulation is installed on the ground with the PEX tubing and steel reinforcing on top.  Concrete is then poured and screeded with this embedded.  It looks like a maze.  🙂

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March Madness – Progress . . .

March has been a busy month in the progress of the Nill Construction, Inc. office/shop building.  Roof panels were installed, along with windows, OH doors, and exterior metal trims.

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The interior of the building was spray foam insulated.

1210The benefits to using Spray Foam Insulation in a metal building are in it’s ability to seal air leaks and provide insulation in some hard to reach areas.  Closed cell spray foam insulation also provides an excellent vapor barrier and a high R-Value per inch of product.


Plumbing rough-in and PEX tubing are being installed, along with foam board insulation.  The concrete floor will be poured next week.

13Having swung a backhoe for a number of years,  I assisted our plumber by helping with the excavation today.

15We’re almost ready for concrete!  Progress is being made!

If you’re in the market for a Pre-engineered steel building, give us a call at 701.252.6077 or check out our website at http://www.nillconstruction.com for more information.   Maybe you’re looking to finally build your custom dream home or are in need of a commercial building or renovations, if so, give us a call.  We’d like to visit with you.  Nill Construction, Inc. can service all of your building needs, both commercial and residential.  Phone 701.252.6077 Nill Construction, Inc.

Week 2 of February – a different type of framing taking place . . .

Week 2 of February brought a different type of framing to the Nill Construction, Inc. Office/Shop Building — Wood Framing instead of Metal Framing.

The front of this particular building will consist of wood framing with exterior finishes of Stacked Stone, EIFS and Grey Metal Panels.  Present drawings include a somewhat eclectic front canopy entrance.  You can see this in the revised rendering shared below.

Windows are ordered.  Overhead Doors are ordered.  The roof panels will be installed as soon as we have a 2-3 day stretch of warmer temps.  Soon after the roof panels are installed, we will begin heating the ground of the office portion of the building so that plumbing can be roughed-in and concrete can be poured.  Winter construction always adds additional labor and cost to a project.  We have to take full advantage of every warm day we’re blessed with and take extra steps in the building process because of the cold freezing temps.

Nill Construction, Inc. is an authorized dealer of American Steel Buildings and also Midland OH Doors.  If you’re in the market for a steel building or need an overhead door, give us a call at 701-252-6077 or visit our website for more information. http://www.nillconstruction.com.

Front Street Side of office building framing has begun.

Front Street Side of office building framing has begun.


Revised Rendering of the Nill Construction, Inc. office/shop building.

Revised Rendering of the Nill Construction, Inc. office/shop building.