Tuesday, August 9, 2016

The Man and His Tower

Peter Mullins stands back to look at his stone tower which is slowly rising higher. 
Being built in stages it has been two years in the making. 
The work of putting on the many tons of triangular schist stone tiles begins today.

Last week all the large stone corbels were lifted high up to the workers by a crane operator.
Who is that crane operator?

Why none other than the man whose tower it is - Peter Mullins. 

None of the unique dry stone projects installed on his beautiful wooded California property over the last 9 years, could have been built without Peter's skillfull operation his big Gradall (6000 lb lift, 35 foot high reach), bringing us material and lifting the really heavy stones into position.

1 comment:

  1. Always a pleasure to be involved with any of Peter's projects.