Security Booth for Silvercrest in the Queens, NYC

Every once in a while you take on a project that stretches your abilities.  This project brought me into the world of building off of an architect and designer plan document and required picking up some new skills.  The whole backside of the booth is covered in plastic laminate in a dark slate gray.  The customer side faces are all covered in solid porcelain sheets.  The accessible counter is supported from invisible supports and is the wire chase for all the cameras and data.  This project also demonstrated the need for me to finish the shop.  Very difficult working with a kerosene heater and tools in tubs.

 

About penningtonmillworks
I am a pharmaceutical chemist during the day. On evenings and weekends I have a passion for all things home improvement and woodworking. I am always looking for a new challenging project!

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