Description:This is a single story - loft barn design.
Wants:We have conceptual drawings, calculated truss drawings etc. We would like architectural drawings only, no need for MEP and they don't need to have a P.E. stamp. Also, a conceptual 3-D drawing would be nice.
#8 barn house concept framing by almis-3D
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