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JULIE BARNES

BRADY PLETT

STEEL FRAME CONSTRUCTION

Applied in a Residential Home Just south of Saskatoon’s Temperance Street Triangle, a new home is taking shape. Once complete, it will have a distinctive, modern appeal with its clean lines and expansive windows. Yet it’s the bones of the home that make it truly unique.

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Consisting of light steel framing, it’s a style of construction that has some similarities with pre-engineered steel commercial buildings, but is still quite novel in residential applications. This particular home uses a patented system called BONE Structure, and the

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house onTemperance is the first of its kind in Saskatchewan. The Nuts and Bolts “Your foundation is built the same way (as a wood-framed house),” says Brady Plett, project manager with Aspect Home Builders, an authorized

builder and assembler for BONE Structure. “You do your foundation forming and pour it, but you cast in anchor bolts. From there, the BONE Structure gets delivered. It comes in posts, beams and brackets.” All the parts arrive predrilled, pre-cut and stamped

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Saskatoon HOME magazine Fall 2015  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...

Saskatoon HOME magazine Fall 2015  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...