End of February 2018 we posted some photos of a foundation where we would soon build a new log house. Now we are in June, and we can show some more photos of the progress so far.
Constructing houses on reclaimed land (polder) usually means: mud. Lots of mud. Mud up to your knees, mud on the roof of your car, mud on your sandwich.
Since we are working all over Europe, we meet people from different nationalities and different cultures all the time. It makes our job much more fun.
Here we are unloading a truck. The truck driver speaks Polish, our foreman speaks Lithuanian, but together they speak Russian. We speak French with the Manitou driver who also happens to speak Polish, and we speak English with our client and German with the architect. Six languages on one building site, that’s Europe for us.
Our production facilities are based in Lithuania, but most of our clients are in Scandinavia, Benelux and France. How do we transport a wooden house?