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A new World Record was set in 2005, as the 2 Hour House was constructed in 2hrs 52 mins 29secs. The event took place in Tyler, Texas, where volunteers from various building trades came together in an unprecedented show of team spirit. In July 2006, the 2 Hour House project donated $30,000 back to the East Texas community, through six non-profit charitable organizations. This clip is an excerpt from the 60-minute documentary. For information and to purchase the full-length DVD, visit http://www.2HourHouse.com
Scroll down the page to see the stats – here are a few:
•It takes a day to set the forms, dig footings and set steel. 8 min
• It takes a half a day to rough-in the plumbing. 7min
• It takes a day to pour and finish concrete. 40min
I love the music!! I shoulda been there drumming!!
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