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The home was erected and finished out within 10 weeks, based on a predetermined timeline that the team was able to hit namely because the design and interior selections were already decided upon well in advance to prevent any delays than anything related to size of the project. "In dealing with smaller homes, it’s not necessarily always faster or doesn’t necessarily take less time to construct because you don’t have more room to move around in it," explains builder Mike Parlevliet, noting that maneuvering materials inside the small footprint was tricky. The staggered layout of this cabin also created particularly challenging rooflines, he adds.

The home was erected and finished out within 10 weeks, based on a predetermined timeline that the team was able to hit namely because the design and interior selections were already decided upon well in advance to prevent any delays than anything related to size of the project. “In dealing with smaller homes, it’s not necessarily always faster or doesn’t necessarily take less time to construct because you don’t have more room to move around in it,” explains builder Mike Parlevliet, noting that maneuvering materials inside the small footprint was tricky. The staggered layout of this cabin also created particularly challenging rooflines, he adds.