Steel and Magnolias

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June 14, 2009

What sort of house might a man with the title “recycling coordinator” live in?

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  Tom McMurtrie and Genia Service with their five-year-old son, Gary.  Photo by: Chad Holder
    Tom McMurtrie and Genia Service with their five-year-old son, Gary.

    Photo by: Chad Holder

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  Poured-concrete floors are heated using radiant coils embedded in the floor. The dining table and chairs are by John Widdicomb Furniture. The light fixtures are by Weplight.  Photo by: Chad Holder
    Poured-concrete floors are heated using radiant coils embedded in the floor. The dining table and chairs are by John Widdicomb Furniture. The light fixtures are by Weplight.

    Photo by: Chad Holder

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  The base of the house was built using a custom-prefabricated concrete foundation.  Photo by: Chad Holder
    The base of the house was built using a custom-prefabricated concrete foundation.

    Photo by: Chad Holder

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  The roof is a standing-seam steel roof from Wick Building. The material came to the site 
in two rolls of 28-gauge steel and was roll-formed onsite.  Photo by: Chad Holder
    The roof is a standing-seam steel roof from Wick Building. The material came to the site in two rolls of 28-gauge steel and was roll-formed onsite.

    Photo by: Chad Holder

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