Manufacturer of custom wood roof, floor and agricultural trusses. Provide Standard and custom hangers for our customers needs.


Builders begin a wall panel by laying out the studs and the prefabricated components and openings called out on the computer monitor.

Frameing table
Frame opening

After verifying that the studs, components, and openings are positioned correctly within the wall, builders at the framing station nail the top and bottom plates to the panel using laser-guided nailing dollies. At our customer’s request we will provide treated bottom plates.

We can build wall panels from three feet to 12 feet tall in lengths up to 24 feet. We regularly use 2x4 and 2x6 studs in our walls, but other stud sizes and studs made of engineered wood products may be ordered.

Ten foot wall
Blocking a wall

Options available at our customer’s request include fire blocking, sheathing seam blocking, ADA blocking and cabinet blocking.

We will build panels with the double top plates attached with the connecting overlap plate and notch for intersections.


As each panel is completed, it is marked with a panel identifier to show its location on the wall panel layout.

Applying top plates
Sheathing bridge

Exterior walls are sheathed with 7/16 osb, 15/32 osb, or what sheathing the customer requested.


The bridge nails sheathing to the panelized walls while the steel jig keeps the wall square.

Completed panels are stacked into numbered groups called bundles. In cooperation with our customer, we will organize panels within each bundle for efficient placement of the panels.

Makeing a wal bundle
Loading wall panels

Finished bundles of wall panels are banded and loaded onto a trailer for delivery. We consult with our customers so that we can take into consideration the site conditions and the customer’s intended placement sequence when we load the bundles onto the trailer.



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Roof Trusses, Floor Truses, Engineered Lumber and Wall Panels.