Plywood – NE Forest Products http://neforestproducts.com/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 17:16:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://neforestproducts.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Plywood – NE Forest Products http://neforestproducts.com/ 32 32 For Sale: Double Chairs 1 & 2 at Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort, CA https://neforestproducts.com/for-sale-double-chairs-1-2-at-dodge-ridge-mountain-resort-ca/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 17:16:01 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/for-sale-double-chairs-1-2-at-dodge-ridge-mountain-resort-ca/ Photo via Dodge Ridge Unfortunately, in the world of lifts, the double chair is an endangered species. In today’s fast-paced snow industry, speed and efficiency are essential. Unfortunately, double chairs with fixed grips are a thing of the past. Although it’s a timeless classic, some think they don’t cut it anymore. Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort […]]]>

Photo via Dodge Ridge

Unfortunately, in the world of lifts, the double chair is an endangered species. In today’s fast-paced snow industry, speed and efficiency are essential. Unfortunately, double chairs with fixed grips are a thing of the past. Although it’s a timeless classic, some think they don’t cut it anymore.

Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort now gives you the opportunity to own a piece of skiing history. His old armchairs with fixed handles for 2 people are now on sale because a a new triple chairlift is being installed to replace chairlifts 1 and 2. Previously carrying 1,000 people per hour, chairlifts 1 and 2 have certainly performed well, operating since 1970 and 1964 respectively. Those are the perfect relic for that extra touch of ski nostalgia in your yard.

Dodge Ridge Old Double Chairs For Sale
Picture via: Dodge Ridge

With a little help from a Black Hawk helicopter, the old lifting towers were removed. New towers have been flown in and installation is underway. The new Triple Nugget chairlift will open up lower mountain terrain that previously required access to chairlifts 1 and 2. New Dodge Ridge owners Invision Capital, who bought the resort a year ago, haven’t lost any time to add improvements to the complex.

Picture via: Dodge Ridge

Call today!

If you are interested in purchasing one of the old Chairlift 1 & 2 Chairlift Carriers, stock is limited and expected to sell out quickly. All chairs are doubles measuring 42″ wide by 102″ high with a vinyl, slatted or plywood back. Both were made by Riblet Tramway Company in Spokane, Washington, before going out of business in the 90s. Each set will set you back $600 + tax, which comes out to about $643.50. You can buy them over the phone and go to the resort to pick them up. Call them at (209) 965-3474 for more information or email them at info@DodgeRidge.com for photos.

Reused and measured chairlift
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A lesson in uniform with artist Kirsty Lillico https://neforestproducts.com/a-lesson-in-uniform-with-artist-kirsty-lillico/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/a-lesson-in-uniform-with-artist-kirsty-lillico/ For Kirsty Lillico, an artist from Pōneke/Wellington, creative inspiration is everywhere. Music, books, films, art, design of all kinds provide creative inspiration to the artist who uses textiles as his primary medium. It follows that the garment sometimes becomes a material in his work. “Last year I made a series of padded collages from second-hand […]]]>

For Kirsty Lillico, an artist from Pōneke/Wellington, creative inspiration is everywhere. Music, books, films, art, design of all kinds provide creative inspiration to the artist who uses textiles as his primary medium.

It follows that the garment sometimes becomes a material in his work. “Last year I made a series of padded collages from second-hand sportswear, to explore the contemporary phenomenon of ‘athleisure’ and what it says about our society and values. I m am interested in the language of clothes and what they mean.”

Although she is often drawn to sturdy materials with sculptural potential, earlier this year, at the invitation of the Threads Textiles Festival, Lillico transformed Yu Mei’s production offcuts into a series of upholstered wall works in different colors. who studied the links between industrial production and the problem of fashion waste.

As she told curator Robert Leonard in a 2019 interview, clothing and architecture, another of Lillico’s major influences, are interconnected. “These are two protection systems that we inhabit and that can be used to express our identity.”

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In 2017, Lillico won the Parkin Drawing Prize, Aotearoa’s premier drawing prize for his work State Block, which featured the plan of a 1940s high-density concrete flat block cut into carpet scraps and draped in a presentation from floor to ceiling. Like much of his portfolio, the work grappled with ideas of hostility within architecture, inequality, affordability and challenged modernist theories.

You might say I was a goth teenager because there’s still a suspicious amount of black crushed velvet in there.

When I was a teenager, I made a lot of my clothes. My outfits sometimes invited ridicule on the streets of Upper Hutt. People always refer to subcultures as ‘tribal’, but I didn’t really have many goth friends and the advice I got on music and fashion came from (UK music magazine) NME.

I now see this phase as a type of performance art, a way of signaling to the world that I was against everything that was proposed, the status quo. Which makes it negative, when in fact it was very empowering and an escape.

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“A uniform seems like a good option for an artist because A) it signals that your brain is too busy solving tricky artistic problems to deal with fashion. B) It saves money.

All clothes are costumes. If you always express your identity through clothes, is there anything really “authentic”? Jeans are what I wear most often, both in the studio and at work (I’m assistant collection manager at Te Papa Tongarewa). A trailing sleeve or hem is not a good thing when climbing a ladder or scraping on the floor.

My strongest memories are of the clothes I dreamed of as a preteen but didn’t have: spandex pants like the ones Olivia Newton-John wore in Grease. Jelly shoes, a puffy skirt, Bubblegum jeans. One of those gold jackets they gave away as a prize (TV show) It’s incredible!

Left: I Just Can't, 2021. Sportswear, <a class=plywood, urethane foam, paint. Right: Forever New, 2021. Sportswear, plywood, urethane foam, polypropylene, paint.” style=”width:100%;display:inline-block”/>

Michael McKeagg

Left: I Just Can’t, 2021. Sportswear, plywood, urethane foam, paint. Right: Forever New, 2021. Sportswear, plywood, urethane foam, polypropylene, paint.

The things I love the most weren’t new when they came to me. I think the element of luck in finding something great used makes those things more valuable. I bought this dress in a shop on Cuba Street that no longer exists. The geometric shape of the dress and the folk woodblock print reminds me of the beginnings of the Bauhaus when they were in their craft period. But the under arm fabric broke and I tried to darn it but did a lousy job so I have now stopped wearing it.

The 1960s and 1970s polyester dresses I own will probably outlive mankind.

Left to right: Bauhaus dress, two of Kirsty's favorite polyester dresses that

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Left to right: Bauhaus dress, two of Kirsty’s favorite polyester dresses that will “probably outlive humanity”.

The oldest thing in my wardrobe is a blue duster (label: Adolphe Lafont) that I bought from a shop in Auckland called Search and Destroy that sells vintage Japanese and French workwear.

I wore it to work but my co-workers seemed a little taken aback by the stains (from machine oil?) so I covered those areas with patches. The fetishization of clothes worn in a workshop or a factory is one of the characteristics of a post-industrial society. See also – Carhartt, Dickies and so on. I don’t wear this in my studio – it’s so beautiful! I wear a chef’s apron instead.

My Grandmother Elsie’s 1960s Coat Is My Most Sentimental Item. A cocoon in black wool with big buttons. So hot!

My sister-in-law borrowed it when she was pregnant. My grandparents owned a clothing factory in Lloyd St (now Hania St) in the 1950s and 1960s. They made pants for the army. [IMAGE: Elsie’s coat]

Left to right: black corduroy pants from Cotton On, a beloved old blue coat, a black wool coat that belonged to Kirsty's grandmother, Elsie.

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Left to right: black corduroy pants from Cotton On, a beloved old blue coat, a black wool coat that belonged to Kirsty’s grandmother, Elsie.

I like the idea of ​​dress rules, which, taken to the extreme, suggests a uniform. A few years ago I designed a uniform for myself as part of an art project. I thought this would solve my anxiety of having to decide what to wear every day.

Many artists arrive at a particular “look” and it becomes a sort of extension of their work. For example: Frida Kahlo, Joseph Beuys, Georgia O’Keeffe. A uniform seems like a good option for an artist because a) it signals that your brain is too busy solving tricky artistic problems to worry about fashion. B) It saves money. In fact, I would get tired of it too much.

Experimenting with clothes – color, shape, texture – is fun and a trigger for the imagination. You can take a secret story with you that no one else knows.

Rodchenko, 2007. Lambda print 400mm x 280mm.

Kirsty Lillico

Rodchenko, 2007. Lambda print 400mm x 280mm.

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Builders FirstSource (NYSE: BLDR) shares a gap after the pace of earnings https://neforestproducts.com/builders-firstsource-nyse-bldr-shares-a-gap-after-the-pace-of-earnings/ Wed, 03 Aug 2022 09:25:18 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/builders-firstsource-nyse-bldr-shares-a-gap-after-the-pace-of-earnings/ FirstSource Builders, Inc. (NYSE: BLDR – Get a rating) the stock price rose ahead of Monday’s trading after a better-than-expected earnings announcement. The stock had previously closed at $68.00, but opened at $70.00. Builders FirstSource shares last traded at $72.76, with volume of 41,526 shares changing hands. The company reported earnings per share (EPS) of […]]]>

FirstSource Builders, Inc. (NYSE: BLDR – Get a rating) the stock price rose ahead of Monday’s trading after a better-than-expected earnings announcement. The stock had previously closed at $68.00, but opened at $70.00. Builders FirstSource shares last traded at $72.76, with volume of 41,526 shares changing hands.

The company reported earnings per share (EPS) of $6.26 for the quarter, beating analyst consensus estimates of $2.91 from $3.35. Builders FirstSource achieved a net margin of 11.79% and a return on equity of 58.32%. The company posted revenue of $6.93 billion in the quarter, versus analyst estimates of $5.55 billion. During the same period last year, the company posted EPS of $2.76. Builders FirstSource’s revenue for the quarter increased 24.2% compared to the same quarter last year.

Wall Street analysts predict growth

Several research companies have recently weighed in on BLDR. Robert W. Baird raised his price target on Builders FirstSource shares from $74.00 to $100.00 and gave the company a “hold” rating in a report released Tuesday. Truist Financial raised its price target on Builders FirstSource shares from $78.00 to $85.00 and gave the company a “hold” rating in a report released Tuesday. Wedbush reissued an “outperform” rating and posted a $110.00 price target on Builders FirstSource shares in a research note on Monday. Barclays raised its price target on Builders FirstSource shares from $86.00 to $93.00 and gave the company a “holding” rating in a research note on Tuesday. Finally, BTIG Research downgraded shares of Builders FirstSource from a “buy” rating to a “neutral” rating in a research note on Tuesday. Four analysts gave the stock a hold rating and six gave the stock a buy rating. According to data from MarketBeat, the stock has an average rating of “Moderate Buy” and an average price target of $89.85.

Insider activity

In related news, the director Floyd F. Sherman sold 35,000 shares of the company in a transaction dated Tuesday, June 14. The shares were sold at an average price of $55.09, for a total value of $1,928,150.00. As a result of the sale, the administrator now directly owns 13,972 shares of the company, valued at approximately $769,717.48. The sale was disclosed in a legal filing with the SEC, accessible via this link. Company insiders own 1.40% of the company’s shares.

FirstSource Builder Institutional Trade

Several institutional investors and hedge funds have been buying and selling stocks recently. Bessemer Group Inc. acquired a new stake in Builders FirstSource during the fourth quarter valued at approximately $101,000. National Asset Management Inc. acquired a new stake in Builders FirstSource during the fourth quarter worth approximately $355,000. Commonwealth Equity Services LLC increased its stake in Builders FirstSource by 63.5% during the fourth quarter. Commonwealth Equity Services LLC now owns 13,427 shares of the company worth $1,150,000 after purchasing an additional 5,214 shares during the period. Dupont Capital Management Corp increased its stake in Builders FirstSource by 37.3% during the fourth quarter. Dupont Capital Management Corp now owns 19,374 shares of the company worth $1,661,000 after purchasing an additional 5,265 shares during the period. Finally, DA Davidson & CO. increased its stake in Builders FirstSource by 38.2% during the fourth quarter. DA Davidson & CO. now owns 8,037 shares of the company worth $689,000 after purchasing an additional 2,220 shares during the period. 99.39% of the shares are currently held by hedge funds and other institutional investors.

Builders FirstSource Price Performance

The company has a debt ratio of 0.69, a current ratio of 2.09 and a quick ratio of 1.19. The company has a market capitalization of $12.42 billion, a PE ratio of 4.81 and a beta of 2.18. The stock’s 50-day simple moving average is $60.94 and its 200-day simple moving average is $65.47.

About Builders FirstSource

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Builders FirstSource, Inc, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and supplies building materials, fabricated components and construction services to professional home builders, contractors, remodelers and consumers in the United States. It offers lumber and lumber sheet products including dimensional lumber, plywood and oriented strand board products that are used in the framing of on-site homes; manufactured products, such as wooden floors and roof trusses, steel roof trusses, wall panels, stairs and engineered wood products; and windows, and interior and exterior door units, as well as interior and exterior trim and custom products under the Synboard brand.

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Queer childhood in the Soviet Union, move to the United States https://neforestproducts.com/queer-childhood-in-the-soviet-union-move-to-the-united-states/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 20:35:39 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/queer-childhood-in-the-soviet-union-move-to-the-united-states/ Wes Hurley often told his own story. Titled “Growing Up Gay in Russia,” the Vladivostok-born filmmaker wrote for the Huffington Post about growing up as a gay boy in the USSR in the 1980s. In 2017, his short documentary “Little Potato” premiered at the Festival SXSW. And he turned the early experiences of his early […]]]>

Wes Hurley often told his own story. Titled “Growing Up Gay in Russia,” the Vladivostok-born filmmaker wrote for the Huffington Post about growing up as a gay boy in the USSR in the 1980s. In 2017, his short documentary “Little Potato” premiered at the Festival SXSW. And he turned the early experiences of his early years into a virtual reality experience called “Potato Dreams.” It was probably only a matter of time before, whose debut feature “Vaxy Moon in Fallen Jewel” was rarely seen outside of queer festivals, would even make it into a feature film.

“Potato Dreams of America” ​​(in select German cinemas from August 4, 2022) is essentially a two-part film – and by design. Early on, Hurley also talks about growing up in the Soviet Union, where he stands with his dreams as a happy, optimistic boy in gray everyday life, inspired by Hollywood movies that get it right. There is more harm than thanks to an instant antenna built on the flickers of the screen. While little Vasily (Hersch Powers) pointed it out to Jean-Claude Van Damme (whose early influence on growing homosexuals of a certain generation, as “Flea” recently told us), his mother Lena (Cera Barberi) is in prison as a doctor becomes increasingly disillusioned with everyday political reality.

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Zoom Movie Poster: “America’s Potato Dreams”

In the first half of the film, the director deliberately avoids stylistically conveying the truth of his story, preferring to place his actors in settings reminiscent of the Plywood sitcom and let them speak largely American. When Lena tries to be a catalog bride and thus allow herself and her son to have a fresh start in the United States, not only does the cast change (suddenly including a heavy Russian accent), but now looks more realistic and even scores. And both Lena (Maria C. Cumminsey), whose angry conservative husband John (Dan Lauria) hid their secret, and Vasily (Tyler Bocock), who is now fully committed to their dating, must first get together. settle in Seattle. .

Hurley pays an explicit homage to fellow actor Greg Araki at the end of the film, and while “Potato Dreams of America” ​​never develops his courage and energy, the comedy about difference with fantastical flair is strongly odd. . In the tradition of 1990s and early 2000s cinema. Not only thanks to the original appearances of queer celebrity Lee Delaria (“Orange is the new black”) as a grandmother or of Jesus Christ as Jonathan Bennett (“Mean Girls”). But also because it manages to make a modest budget with a few quirks, minor production flaws, and plenty of charm and ingenuity.

movie information

America’s Potato Dreams. The comedy. USA 2021. Director: Wes Hurley. With: Lee Delaria, Dan Lauria, Jonathan Bennett, Amelia Zirin-Brown, Sofia Mitry Schloss, Sera Barberi, Mariah Kaminsky, Tyler Bocock, Hersh Powers. Duration: 95 mins. Language: Original English version with German subtitles. FSK 16 Location: Cinemion. Theatrical release: August 4, 2022

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Firefighters believe gas leak caused explosion at Hickory apartment complex – WSOC TV https://neforestproducts.com/firefighters-believe-gas-leak-caused-explosion-at-hickory-apartment-complex-wsoc-tv/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 20:53:45 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/firefighters-believe-gas-leak-caused-explosion-at-hickory-apartment-complex-wsoc-tv/ HICKORY, NC — Catawba County fire investigators believe a gas leak caused an explosion at an apartment complex in Hickory last Saturday. “Very hard on me and my kids. I have nowhere to go with my kids. It’s just hard here,” resident Kathy Spradling said. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but several families said they […]]]>

HICKORY, NC — Catawba County fire investigators believe a gas leak caused an explosion at an apartment complex in Hickory last Saturday.

“Very hard on me and my kids. I have nowhere to go with my kids. It’s just hard here,” resident Kathy Spradling said.

Fortunately, no one was hurt, but several families said they had no place to live.

Residents said they noticed the smell weeks ago and let management know there might be a problem.

It was inside Spradling’s apartment that the explosion occurred. His window can now be seen covered in plywood.

“The fire alarm said fire, fire, fire. And before I could get my kids out, the gas went off. The glass shattered,” Spradling said.

Eight families lived in the Silver Springs Terrace Apartments building. After the explosion, the Red Cross helped with clothing and temporary accommodation, but hotel stays ended. The apartment complex’s management also placed “stop, do not enter” signs on all doors, while the gas was turned off.

“We were breathing in the smell of gas probably two weeks to a month. The gas had been turned off and shut off,” resident Alan Wright said.

“I have smelled gas for three months. Everyone in the building complained and nobody did anything about it,” said resident Ciera Geter.

Channel 9 contacted Silver Springs Terrace management, but when asked about the smell complaints and what families should do now, they declined to comment.

Thirty minutes later, Channel 9 saw maintenance workers around the building and heard that some families were trying to relocate with the gas still off and no hot water.

“Just a lot of families, six families and 16 children who need a home. And what are we supposed to do,” Wright said.

Channel 9 has confirmed that one of the families has moved to another apartment in the complex.

Firefighters said their investigation into the exact cause of the explosion was still ongoing.

Check back to this story for updates.

(WATCH BELOW: Fire breaks out in an abandoned building next to the Gastonia Motel on I-85)

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kii inc converts a Japanese wooden dwelling into a clothing store https://neforestproducts.com/kii-inc-converts-a-japanese-wooden-dwelling-into-a-clothing-store/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 17:18:43 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/kii-inc-converts-a-japanese-wooden-dwelling-into-a-clothing-store/ vase: an organized clothing store in tokyo, japan Along the Meguro River in Tokyo, JapanKii inc recently unveiled its new Vase project, a selection clothing store which features the designs of various classic and avant-garde brands from around the world. The architects have transformed a traditional in wood Japanese inhabitant in this new store with […]]]>

vase: an organized clothing store in tokyo, japan

Along the Meguro River in Tokyo, JapanKii inc recently unveiled its new Vase project, a selection clothing store which features the designs of various classic and avant-garde brands from around the world. The architects have transformed a traditional in wood Japanese inhabitant in this new store with a refreshed design that fully encompasses and expresses the brand concept of Vase. The interior space is made up of a variety of different shapes, materials and finishes, reflecting the curated selection of clothing products. Kii inc retains and revives the original character of the structure – which previously served as a home – with the addition of white and gray finishes and bespoke accessories that contrast with the exposed wooden frame and refresh the space.

Kii inc has renovated and revived the previously uninhabitable wooden house

all images courtesy of Kii Inc.

Kii inc renovates a damaged wooden house

Kii inc renovated and revived the previously uninhabitable tiny wooden house by removing damaged features and making minimal repairs using inorganic finishes such as white, gray and mortar to enhance the character of the wooden frame. exposed wood. On the second floor, the existing walls are painted gray and the floor is plastered to create a contrast with the existing wooden framework which remains intact on the ceiling. Externally, the Japanese design office retains the original look of the wooden structure except for the entrance area which has been painted white as a continuation of the design language inside and to introduce a new atmosphere to the street.

traditional wooden japanese housing is transformed into a clothing store curated by kii inc
store atrium on the ground floor

bespoke light fixtures breathe new character into the space

Inside, the space is made up of a variety of shapes, materials, and finishes. The contrast created by the new functionality of the wooden house which retains its old decor was intended to resonate with the unique products and become a place only Vase. A combination of common building materials such as larch plywood, corrugated metal sheets, galvanized and chrome plating, corrugated cardboard and glass were used for the fixtures. Unique and bespoke functional elements such as door handles in floral vases, wavy corrugated shelves for displaying accessories, hooks for dressing rooms and leather for hanging pipes have been custom designed by the brands. represented by Vase.

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the store showcases the creations of various classic and avant-garde global brands

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Japanese timber prices are on the rise again https://neforestproducts.com/japanese-timber-prices-are-on-the-rise-again/ Mon, 25 Jul 2022 01:30:26 +0000 https://neforestproducts.com/japanese-timber-prices-are-on-the-rise-again/ July 25, 2022 TOKYO – Timber prices soar following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The shortage that began last year was exacerbated when Russia stopped exporting some of its timber to Japan in retaliation for sanctions Japan imposed on Russia. Prices for plywood and lumber have risen 10-20% over the past three months, driving up housing […]]]>