Within the past week or so Lancaster County Timber Frames has signed on for four new projects:
Mendham, New Jersey: After erecting three buildings for this client several years ago, we were approached to carve and erect two more – a cottage and a workshop building adjacent to the previously erected timber frames. The first three structures were a large, fully timber-framed residence; an adjoining garage; and a small utility building. Both of the new structures will be enclosed with structural insulated panels. The workshop, which is virtually identical to the garage previously erected, will have a green roof. The project architect is Beyer, Blinder, & Belle of New York City and the general contractor is Flower Construction of Mendham.
Prescott, Arizona: Lancaster County Timber Frames has contracted to design and engineer a single family residence for this spectacularly beautiful part of country. The timber frame is a hybrid structure with tapered posts and curved lower truss chords. A part of the foyer will feature a vaulted tongue & groove ceiling.
Harford County, Maryland: This project for Susquehanna State Park consists of nine roof trusses of southern yellow pine for each of two buildings. The park is located on the western banks of the Susquehanna River not far from Chesapeake Bay.
Street, Maryland: This project is a small pool-side pavilion with a hip roof and posts landing on short masonry piers. It marks our second collaboration with the general contractor iMark Builders.

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