129 24th Street, Newport Beach, CA

by Rod Jeheber on February 8, 2013

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129 24th Street, Newport Beach, California

129 24th Street, Newport Beach, CA

Rain, rain, go away! The contractor wanted to frame the third floor today! Building in the winter time in Southern California is always hit or miss! Vincent Construction had planned on calling for 2nd floor sheathing inspection back on January 23rd, 2013 for my project located at 129 24th street in Newport Beach, California,  but we got rained out again so the project is a little behind schedule. I took the picture above this morning on my way into the office. There was no one on the job site this morning due to the weather. It wasn’t raining when I took this picture at 9:00 am  however it is pouring right now as I write this blog post! I am glad I declined to have my windows washed earlier this week!

129 24th Street, Newport Beach, California

This is the moment frame at the garage on the alley side of the property prior to the second floor framing installation.

129 24th Street, Newport Beach, California

The General Contractor and his framing crew are laying out the second floor framing beams in this photograph.

129 24th Street, Newport Beach, California

I took this photograph yesterday during a quick job site visit to answer some framing questions for the contractor. Well, I better get back to the drawing board as I am getting very busy again! That’s a good thing right? Thanks for stopping by and be safe if you have to drive in this rain!

In the mean time, If I can answer any questions about  how to obtain a building permit, or the process of building a new home or remodeling an existing home, please feel free to contact me at 949-723-4393 or email me.


Roy Dickinson April 21, 2013 at 9:56 pm

I am negotiating to buy a 800 squre foot, single story, 1903 original construction home about two blocks from your current construction site on 24th Street. The lot is approx. 1750 square feet.

My wife and I have been told that there is no way that we would be allowed to tear down and build a three story home and yet it appears that you are building a three story property on 24th.

We were told that you have enjoyed some success in getting projects through the city where others have failed. We would like to build three stories with each floor approx. 1,200 and if possible underground parking for at least four cars.

Do you have examples of some of your prior work and references that my wife and I may call?

Roy Dickinson

Rod Jeheber April 22, 2013 at 3:41 pm

We can design you a beautiful three story single family dwelling on your site Roy!

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