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Re: GSBN:Building Size Search



Thanks, John!

Joyce


on 10/30/03 12:27 PM, John Swearingen at johns@...:

> Yes, I'm sure it's the Ridge winery.  There's also the Santa Clarity Transit
> Facility, designed by HOK, not yet under construction.
> 
> It should be noted that floor area is not much of a factor for straw (it's a
> roof issue).  Wall height is of greater relevance to the strawbale design,
> and the Ridge winery certainly has that-I think around 30 feet.  Other
> wineries have also been tall, and we did a barn with 23 foot high walls, and
> there have been several other barn type utility buildings, often using
> prefab steel as the structure.
> 
> John
> 
> -----Original Message-----
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> 
> Joyce,
> 
> Im sure it must be the 18000 sq ft Ridge winery.... some photos at ZFA
> http://www.zfa.com/special_structures.html
> 
> Long ago we had some info on a pig farmer in canada who was also
> using very large temporary straw bale buildings.... cant find info
> though.
> 
> Cheers
> 
> David
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