In this blog we hope to give you a behind the scenes look at the construction of a 20m × 100m gairdsBWOGO. This will be a combination of a very small scale project and an ambitious endeavor. The project is unique in that it requires a lot of time, dedication, and persistence on the part of both parties involved. It’s also one that has come with some unexpected benefits as well. We’re bringing you the inside details about how this project came about, along with insights into how it might be improved upon or applied in the future. This post also contains some general insight into what we do and don’t do when designing large scale projects, so check out our “What if?” section below for more information on that front too.
What is a 20m × 100m gairdsBWOGO?
A 20m × 100m gairds is a type of large scale project that’s often described as being in the ballpark of a 50m × 100m girdle. The basic concept is the same as any other large scale girdling structure: You form parts of a gaird (a circle) with a radius of 100m, and you join those parts together using pieces that are smaller than 100m. As the parts join, they expand in size, creating tension and “breathing room” within the structure. This can be used to build several types of momentum-rich structures, like a 70m × 100m girdle, or it can just be used as a base for more roomy structures, like a 100m × 100m girdle.
How did this project come about?
We’re incredibly proud of this project and so are we. The 20m × 100m girdle was a collaborative effort between WOGO and DOGO, and a collaboration that brought together a large number of people from a wide range of backgrounds, including some from the west coast. The girdle was the result of several months of planning, design, and building, and it was presented to the WOGO leadership during their annual retreat in Hawaii. Afterward, the leaders of both parties met with the WOGO technical staff and the mechanical and structural engineers who had designed the structure to discuss their experience. The overall idea was that the engineers had done a great job on the design and the engineers had helped the engineers complete the construction, but there was a problem: The structure was too tall. The engineers’ plan was to use a method that would shorten the girdle and allow it to fit through existing building walls, but it was too expensive to use. So they worked with engineers to come up with a cheaper solution. The engineers DOGO had on staff at the time were a group who work on very large scale projects, so it was a bit of a surprise that the cost was very low, and the solution relatively quick. The result was the 20m × 100m girdle.
What are the pros and cons of a 20m × 100m gairdsBWOGO?
The pros of a 20m × 100m gairdsBWOGO are that you getaway to the ocean with stunning views, you can build your house on the sand, and you can build your canoe on the beach. The cons of a 20m × 100m gairdsBWOGO are that it takes a long time to build, and it’s a very large structure. Also, the smaller parts that make up the girdle must be larger in order to fit through the larger openings in the wall.
Benefits of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO
The Benefits of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO include being able to see the ocean and the sunset from your house. The benefits of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO may include the extra room in the house for the kids, extra room for grandparents, and extra room for mealtimes. The Benefits of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO are that it does not require a lot of work on the part of the parties involved. The Cons of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO are that it takes a long time to build, and it’s not easy to build.
Final Words: Should you build a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO?
The Final Words: Should you build a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO? Well, as you can see from the list above, there are a few advantages to building a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO. The most obvious one is being able to see the ocean from your house. The most obvious one being, of course, the advantage of being able to see the sunset. And you can also add in the added feature of being able to canoe on the beach. So, yes! If you build a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO, you’ll be able to enjoy the stunning ocean views while building a cozy home on the sand. And, if you’re looking for more than just a drafty house, you can always look into building a cozy log cabin. They’re incredibly cozy and warm. The construction of a 20m × 100m girdsBWOGO can be very time-consuming, but it’s definitely worth the effort.