Table Made of NYC Floor Joists.

Day 124 / 2022 Photo Project365

When they do a gut rehab of an old building in NYC, they often take the floors down to the beams, to lay down a new, modern floor. That means pulling up one or more layers of floor coverings and ripping out the floor joists, usually slabs of 2–3″ thick pine boards. What do they do with those pine slabs after they remove them? Some of them end up in…

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