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  1. William Byrd
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    A complete waste of money

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  2. William Byrd
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    You must be building on very soft ground

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  3. William Byrd
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Sure your building a garage?

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  4. GORDO EINSTEIN
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Great video! Brings back memories of my doing one just like this and when the truck showed up the driver asked if I like to read. I was puzzled but then he said that I used so much steel that it would outlive a nuclear holocaust. This garage isn’t going anywhere.

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  5. kevin percival
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    why keep oil off rebar ?

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  6. R l
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Living proof. Get a professional to do the job. This fella knows what he is dooooin.
    As recovering a handy man ( dash) nightmare . I could do all this without all the pegs and string in an afternoon and drink beer

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  7. Astro Boom
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    pure art

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  8. worldpeace32
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    0:57 for an illiterate person on draw plans, that looks so confusing, at least for me

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  9. worldpeace32
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    I am planning to renovate my house using brick and concrete, by myself , so I am now in the process of learning how to do it by watching and learning mostly through youtube videos like yours, kind of building and learning at the same time

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  10. Alberto Rosales
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Has any body noticed that besides the fact that the guy knows what hes doing he looks like MARC CUBAN.

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  11. carlos roman
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Why do I love watching the right way work should be .) Great job.

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  12. Andre Lohmer
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Can you believe the 5 guys laboring and skill !
    In North america frost line 42" to 60" deep footings will this work ?
    After seeing the intense labor i would rather do a conventional footing and block then pour the floor.
    Or just a 6inch flat slab. Maybe use 8inch planks tapered inside to a 6inch center. With rebar as shown 18inch apart.

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  13. Ghost Erik
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    1:05 dude… use Qcad or FreeCAD if AutoCAD is too expensive. This is 21st century. Iast time I saw hand drawn blueprints was when I was doing the demolition permit for one of Ceausescu's rubber factories, drawing from 1976 I had to vectorise. I can't believe I see this in USA lol

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  14. Philip Alonzo
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Love doing these property lines and setbacks are a must and square

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  15. Kasey Carter
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    I see OSHA violations!

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  16. William Mork
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    over kill dude simple turn down slab with block would be much easyer concrete form work over kill … …….this looks like way to much concrete

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  17. George Simpson
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    decent vid… you just gotta stop talking into a milk jug. speak up and into a mic.

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  18. I'm Your Huckleberry
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Is this job in el Segundo? That airplane sounded like it was about to land at LAX.

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  19. Jerry Hubbard
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    I poured a concrete pad for some 5000 gallon tanks to sit on. # 6 rebar was placed on six inch centers in both directions. Poured with 5000 psi mix. 4 inch slump

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  20. Jerry Hubbard
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    one expensive garage. No problem if you have the money to burn.

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  21. Jerry Hubbard
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    that is some strong concrete. As a bridge building, we use most of the time a 5000 psi mix at a 4 inch or less slump. This is very much over kill. I would have thougth 3500 would be plenty enough. JS

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  22. Jerry Hubbard
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    I have done a lot of form work but never used lumber. Always used form ply. Is the lumber cheaper?

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  23. darthvader5300
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    This is the correct way to create a steel-reinforced concrete foundation but the rebars are too thin and too widely spaced apart. My own Dacha's foundation uses a 1 inch thick steel rebars spaced apart by 6 inches from center point of the rebars' diameter so it means it is technically they are spaced apart by 5 inches from each other side-to-side. And connected by rebar mechanical bolt connectors and rebar intersection mechanical bolt connectors and about 480 pounds of 33.33 degree angle double-twisted steel fiber-wires 33 twisting long are added and mixed with the semi-plastic/semi-liquid concrete mixture for every cubic yard of that concrete mix and they use powerful concrete vibrators to remove any air bubbles and to densify the concrete mixture. Then the steel fiber-reinforced/steel rebar-reinforced concrete posts and beams and floors and walls and divding walls and garages and stairs and roof with guard rails are poured-placed using powerful concrete vibrators and modular and reusable steel molds.

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  24. Edward Locke
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    LOL Mark Cuban look a like!!!

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  25. Keith Rosen
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    O dell Complete concrete, You are the first guy on U tube to form and pour a quality job. I am a concrete cntractor a

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  26. Richard Tillery
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    They let you get away with earth forming there? No steel spreaders, not using panels, no stiffbacks on the butt ends of the 2x…very different from how we do it in Oregon.

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  27. R L
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    That footing will hold a four story CBS bldg with concrete decks. They should have built 2×4 and plywood box forms for the footing, and then re-use the lumber later on the bldg. Box forms are stronger especially for larger pours like this.

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  28. Kevin Colt
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    oh why just why do you waste time compacting soil with that thingy for a foundation??

    The foundation itself will compact the soil 10 times heavier than than little pokemon catcher you are using.

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  29. Opaque Inc.
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Big waste on handling and time & steel & sure will be the big waste of concrete !!! If you have extra money you could enjoy it Better then waste it , or maybe you were the contractor & wanna make more money on the job !!!!

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  30. Sara Foster
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    What is the ideal temperature to pour a foundation?

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  31. Pitbull Bite
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Exceptional work!!

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  32. WellWisher
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    I don't know how someone can dislike such a professionalism and dedication to perfection in this video ?

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  33. Monk's Mom 55
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Excellent video. I love the "beefy" build on this foundation. Just how I like it!

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  34. grant quinones
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    You are not a real concrete guy with out the 36 pack o cooors

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  35. Ariv darmawan Ariv ariv
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    May i'm work there

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  36. VICTOR EOUS
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    15 Grand? my guess with all the steel in it….

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  37. hommes hairsalon
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    obsessive compulsive dishorder ocd

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  38. hommes hairsalon
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    is this guy building a 20 floor tower , lot wood lot measure lot lots

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  39. Scott B
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Odell Do you know anybody in the Richmond Virginia Area does great work like yourself??

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  40. OffGridNorthwest
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    2:29Funny, I thought he was destroying your square lines for a second; camera pans away as if nothing going on. lol. That is one beast of a footing. Taking notes to build a much larger shop

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  41. Christian Savage
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    2:00 I got a, uh, little tool here. proceeds to point to a giant tractor

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  42. Irish Bill's Auto Wholesalers www.irishbills.com
    November 7, 2018 @ 4:56 pm

    Wow
    Looks to be way over engineered!
    I’m so jealous🤔
    But as usual very nice work on your part and thank you for the education.
    I used to be a framer when I was a kid and all of this work was done by the time we got there. I never saw how much work went into these foundations.

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