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==Plan==
==Plan==

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Site view, control system.

Project ID: 163

See also Project/Commercial propagation greenhouse deconstruction to review the successful de-construction and removal of the greenhouses.

Project steward

Jan Steinman

Project photos

Click on any small image for a larger view.

Need

Our successful greenhouse operation needs to expand.

Description

An opportunity has been presented to us to salvage two each 22'x70' glass and aluminum greenhouses from a site on the University of Victoria campus. Although this is an ambitious project, we could not pass it up.

Status

  • 2016-09-01 project begun.

Goal or deliverable

A 22' x 150' aluminum and glass greenhouse, set up for producing transplant propagation starts.

Timeline, schedule, or end date

time-related aspects of the project, which may include intermediate deadlines, dependencies, etc

Updated 2017-07-12:

  • 2017-07-09: site layout, foundation and preparation
  • 2017-08-06: begin assembling framework
  • 2017-09-03: begin installing glass
  • 2017-10-05: begin installing and repairing infrastructure
  • 2018-01-01: begin planting

Plan

  1. Prep site
    1. Make foundation as needed
      1. Clear site of small green building, storage, debris, etc.
      2. Mow down site
      3. Rough (but square) layout for frame supports
      4. Dig pits for footings
      5. Precise (1/8" tolerance) layout for frame supports
      6. Procure frame supports
      7. Pound frame supports
      8. Drill and insert footing anchors into frame supports
      9. Re-check plumb, square, and level and adjust as necessary
      10. Pour footings around frame supports
    2. Survey and clean structural components
    3. Source any replacement components
    4. Source electrical and irrigation plumbing
  2. Re-construct frame
    1. Attach standards to frame supports
    2. For each pair of north and south supports,
      1. Loosely attach top plate
      2. Erect and loosely attach truss
      3. Install horizontal purlin and ridge cap
      4. Check square and tighten far end, leaving traveling end loosely attached
      5. Install roof vent and vent lifter rotary in 20' increments
    3. Install glass holding components
  3. Clean and re-install glass, replacing broken panes
  4. Install rolling tables
    1. Layout, dig footings, pound posts, pour concrete
    2. Assemble tables on posts
  5. Rehabilitation
    1. Connect electrical and plumbing
    2. Debug and repair control systems
  6. Integration
    1. Build structure to connect two greenhouses at centre
      1. Cut existing greenhouse north side purlin, roll-up rod, and ribs as needed

Financial budget

how much money will be needed, possibly high-low bracketed and detailed, or a complete guess (try to indicate how firm a guess it is!)

Cash outlay

$1,000 site preparation
$1,500 materials
$400 transportation
$400 for plumbing and electrical connections
$800 permits and administration
$900 rehabilitation and initial repair
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$5,000 total budget

To be funded via member loans.

Labor budget

how many people are needed for how long, including specific people or specific skill-sets

  • 20 hours site design
  • 120 hours site prep
  • 200 hours re-construction
  • 120 hours rehabilitation and initial systems maintenance


Records

1 to 0 of 0
WhoInOutHoursTotalActivityAccomplishmentPaid
1 to 0 of 0

Vehicle Log

WhoVehicleDateDist/TimeCostPurposeNotesPaid

Summary

by person

IDWhoTimeCost%

by activity

IDActivityTimeCost%

by vehicle

"Vehicles" with no odometer, such as tractors or stationary equipment, are in tenths of an hour, rather than kilometres.

IDVehicleDistance


Final accounting, reconstruction

Item Budget Actual Over/Under Note
Site preparation $1,000
Materials $1,500
Transportation $400
Plumbing and electrical $400
Permits and administration $800
Troubleshooting and rehabilitation $900
Cash Outlay $5,000.00

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