Work progresses on PCAD satellite site


Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction of Tipton uses a chalk line to mark a piece of plywood for the roof of the new Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT, four miles east of Sedalia. Nolt and three employees were working on completing the roof decking and under layment on Monday morning. Workers from Riverside Construction had been on the site for seven days prior to Monday and were hoping to finish the roofing, other than the singles by the end of work Monday.


David Martin of Riverside Construction uses an electric nail gun to secure the roof decking on the southeast corner of the roof of the new PCAD satelite building on state Route TT. Work has been progressing on the building since early March. Rain on Friday halted work on the roof for a half day but the roofers were hoping to finish the roof other than the shingles on Monday.


James Zimmerman measures a section of the wall prior to having the plywood cut for one of the gable ends on the new PCAD satellite building on state Route TT. Workers from Riverside Construction said the number of gables on the roof made the work interesting but added to the structure’s appearance. Preferred Construction are the general contractors for the project.


Eric Nolt, left and James Zimmerman use a lift as a support for the plywood panels needed to complete enclosing the roof and gable ends of the PCAD satellite structure under construction four miles east of Sedalia. Work began in the project in early March. The site well at the located has been drilled as workers continue progress on the building.


Eric Nolt uses a circular saw to cut a piece of plywood sheathing prior to installation on the gable end of the PCAD satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt’s brother Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction said the company had completed work for Kevin and Josh Kroeger of Preferred Construction, general contractors on the project, prior to this job. Riverside was expected to complete the roofing decking on the building Monday.


David Martin pairs up with Gerald Nolt to continue to enclose the Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt worked from the ground level, cutting the plywood sheathing while Martin remained on one portion of the roof, positioning and then nailing the plywood decking in place.


Gerald Noth, owner of Riverside Construction uses a construction master to find the correct angles and pitches for the plywood he is preparing to cut for the roof decking and gable ends on the PCAD satellite site located at state Route TT, on Monday morning. Noth said he was mainly an independent contractor but occassionally he worked on jobs for other builders. Preferred Construction were the general contractors for the new PCAD building located east of Sedalia.


Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction of Tipton uses a chalk line to mark a piece of plywood for the roof of the new Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT, four miles east of Sedalia. Nolt and three employees were working on completing the roof decking and under layment on Monday morning. Workers from Riverside Construction had been on the site for seven days prior to Monday and were hoping to finish the roofing, other than the singles by the end of work Monday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad1.jpgGerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction of Tipton uses a chalk line to mark a piece of plywood for the roof of the new Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT, four miles east of Sedalia. Nolt and three employees were working on completing the roof decking and under layment on Monday morning. Workers from Riverside Construction had been on the site for seven days prior to Monday and were hoping to finish the roofing, other than the singles by the end of work Monday.

David Martin of Riverside Construction uses an electric nail gun to secure the roof decking on the southeast corner of the roof of the new PCAD satelite building on state Route TT. Work has been progressing on the building since early March. Rain on Friday halted work on the roof for a half day but the roofers were hoping to finish the roof other than the shingles on Monday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216ocad2.jpgDavid Martin of Riverside Construction uses an electric nail gun to secure the roof decking on the southeast corner of the roof of the new PCAD satelite building on state Route TT. Work has been progressing on the building since early March. Rain on Friday halted work on the roof for a half day but the roofers were hoping to finish the roof other than the shingles on Monday.

James Zimmerman measures a section of the wall prior to having the plywood cut for one of the gable ends on the new PCAD satellite building on state Route TT. Workers from Riverside Construction said the number of gables on the roof made the work interesting but added to the structure’s appearance. Preferred Construction are the general contractors for the project.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad3.jpgJames Zimmerman measures a section of the wall prior to having the plywood cut for one of the gable ends on the new PCAD satellite building on state Route TT. Workers from Riverside Construction said the number of gables on the roof made the work interesting but added to the structure’s appearance. Preferred Construction are the general contractors for the project.

Eric Nolt, left and James Zimmerman use a lift as a support for the plywood panels needed to complete enclosing the roof and gable ends of the PCAD satellite structure under construction four miles east of Sedalia. Work began in the project in early March. The site well at the located has been drilled as workers continue progress on the building.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad4.jpgEric Nolt, left and James Zimmerman use a lift as a support for the plywood panels needed to complete enclosing the roof and gable ends of the PCAD satellite structure under construction four miles east of Sedalia. Work began in the project in early March. The site well at the located has been drilled as workers continue progress on the building.

Eric Nolt uses a circular saw to cut a piece of plywood sheathing prior to installation on the gable end of the PCAD satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt’s brother Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction said the company had completed work for Kevin and Josh Kroeger of Preferred Construction, general contractors on the project, prior to this job. Riverside was expected to complete the roofing decking on the building Monday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad5.jpgEric Nolt uses a circular saw to cut a piece of plywood sheathing prior to installation on the gable end of the PCAD satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt’s brother Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction said the company had completed work for Kevin and Josh Kroeger of Preferred Construction, general contractors on the project, prior to this job. Riverside was expected to complete the roofing decking on the building Monday.

David Martin pairs up with Gerald Nolt to continue to enclose the Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt worked from the ground level, cutting the plywood sheathing while Martin remained on one portion of the roof, positioning and then nailing the plywood decking in place.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad6.jpgDavid Martin pairs up with Gerald Nolt to continue to enclose the Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt worked from the ground level, cutting the plywood sheathing while Martin remained on one portion of the roof, positioning and then nailing the plywood decking in place.

Gerald Noth, owner of Riverside Construction uses a construction master to find the correct angles and pitches for the plywood he is preparing to cut for the roof decking and gable ends on the PCAD satellite site located at state Route TT, on Monday morning. Noth said he was mainly an independent contractor but occassionally he worked on jobs for other builders. Preferred Construction were the general contractors for the new PCAD building located east of Sedalia.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd032216pcad7.jpgGerald Noth, owner of Riverside Construction uses a construction master to find the correct angles and pitches for the plywood he is preparing to cut for the roof decking and gable ends on the PCAD satellite site located at state Route TT, on Monday morning. Noth said he was mainly an independent contractor but occassionally he worked on jobs for other builders. Preferred Construction were the general contractors for the new PCAD building located east of Sedalia.

Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction of Tipton uses a chalk line to mark a piece of plywood for the roof of the new Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT, four miles east of Sedalia. Nolt and three employees were working on completing the roof decking and under layment on Monday morning. Workers from Riverside Construction had been on the site for seven days prior to Monday and were hoping to finish the roofing, other than the singles by the end of work Monday.

David Martin of Riverside Construction uses an electric nail gun to secure the roof decking on the southeast corner of the roof of the new PCAD satelite building on state Route TT. Work has been progressing on the building since early March. Rain on Friday halted work on the roof for a half day but the roofers were hoping to finish the roof other than the shingles on Monday.

James Zimmerman measures a section of the wall prior to having the plywood cut for one of the gable ends on the new PCAD satellite building on state Route TT. Workers from Riverside Construction said the number of gables on the roof made the work interesting but added to the structure’s appearance. Preferred Construction are the general contractors for the project.

Eric Nolt, left and James Zimmerman use a lift as a support for the plywood panels needed to complete enclosing the roof and gable ends of the PCAD satellite structure under construction four miles east of Sedalia. Work began in the project in early March. The site well at the located has been drilled as workers continue progress on the building.

Eric Nolt uses a circular saw to cut a piece of plywood sheathing prior to installation on the gable end of the PCAD satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt’s brother Gerald Nolt, owner of Riverside Construction said the company had completed work for Kevin and Josh Kroeger of Preferred Construction, general contractors on the project, prior to this job. Riverside was expected to complete the roofing decking on the building Monday.

David Martin pairs up with Gerald Nolt to continue to enclose the Pettis County Ambulance District satellite site on state Route TT. Nolt worked from the ground level, cutting the plywood sheathing while Martin remained on one portion of the roof, positioning and then nailing the plywood decking in place.

Gerald Noth, owner of Riverside Construction uses a construction master to find the correct angles and pitches for the plywood he is preparing to cut for the roof decking and gable ends on the PCAD satellite site located at state Route TT, on Monday morning. Noth said he was mainly an independent contractor but occassionally he worked on jobs for other builders. Preferred Construction were the general contractors for the new PCAD building located east of Sedalia.

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