Following a rainy, cold Sunday, the sun peeking over clouds was most welcome at the Frierson project site. Having previously finished painting and oat of the exterior wall panel configurations, my fellow students and I split into two groups to tackle the next task at hand: framing interior partition walls.
Having aptly prepared all of the studs and bottom/top plates by cutting them to size, we were able to jump right on assembly. As much as fun as screwing in studs can be, we quickly realized that there would be a significant amount of forethought and tweaking to fit all of the interior partition walls into the space in correct sequence. Cut to an hour later, John and I had finally finished cutting out half a dozen notches using a multi-tool while Kevin and Andre finished up adjusting some dimensions of the stud wall to account for the thicknesses of plywood and polycarbonate sheet finishes.
To finish out the work day, Divya, Olivia, William and Jon screwed on the last door panel via hinges that they tediously labored to keep level. Another successful day at Frierson!