Happy Holidays from Gontram Architecture!

A sincere “Happy Holidays” from Gontram Architecture to you!  As part of our annual holiday tradition, we’ve produced another episode in a long series of “odd” animated videos:How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_6-01

How to Construct a Snowman – Part 6 – Fun in the Snow…With Zoning!

This definitely falls under the “Other nonsense” category…

In Part 6 of our “How to Construct a Snowman” video series, Ned Ledbetter embarks on a new strategy to reach the masses: a Video Blog. Join Ned as he updates the public on recent weather events, changes to field inspections, and other items of interest. He also dives in to the world of Twitter.How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_6-03

A special “thanks” goes to Dave Schulz of Schulz Ironworks for providing the voice of Ned.

View the video HERE.

You can also view Part 1 thru 5:How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_6-02

Part I – How to Construct a Snowman: A Zoning Enforcement Officer’s Perspective

Part II – How to Construct a Snowman: The Design-Bid-Build Process

Part III – How to Construct a Snowman: Financing a Snowman with Hot Chocolate.

Part IV:  How to Construct a Snowman:  Navigating the Politics

Part V: How to Construct a Snowman: Lighting your Snowman

If having trouble viewing the YouTube version, try the Flash version in a new window. Flash Player is required. Free download available at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.

Happy Holidays from Gontram Architecture!

A sincere “Happy Holidays” from Gontram Architecture to you!  As part of our annual holiday tradition, we’ve produced another episode in a long series of “odd” animated videos:

How to Construct a Snowman – Part V – Lighting your SnowmanHow_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 lights

This definitely falls under the “Other nonsense” category…

In Part V of our “How to Construct a Snowman” video series, Ned Ledbetter, recently impeached councilman and returning Zoning Enforcement Officer educates us on the ins and outs of lighting your snowman at night, complying with the National Electric Code, the International Energy Code, and the Patient Protection and Affordability Act. How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 miley

A special “thanks” goes to Dave Schulz of Schulz Ironworks for providing the voice of Ned.

View the video HERE.

How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 textYou can also view Part I, II, III and IV:

Part I – How to Construct a Snowman: A Zoning Enforcement Officer’s Perspective

Part II – How to Construct a Snowman: The Design-Bid-Build Process

Part III – How to Construct a Snowman: Financing a Snowman with Hot Chocolate.

Part IV:  How to Construct a Snowman:  Navigating the Politics

If having trouble viewing the YouTube version, try the Flash version in a new window. Flash Player is required. Free download available at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.

How to Construct a Snowman – Part V

How to Construct a Snowman – Part V – Lighting your SnowmanHow_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 lights

This definitely falls under the “Other nonsense” category…

In Part V of our “How to Construct a Snowman” video series, Ned Ledbetter, recently impeached councilman and returning Zoning Enforcement Officer educates us on the ins and outs of lighting your snowman at night, complying with the National Electric Code, the International Energy Code, and the Patient Protection and Affordability Act. How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 miley

A special “thanks” goes to Dave Schulz of Schulz Ironworks for providing the voice of Ned.

View the video HERE.

Gontram Architecture and G5 Design-Build produced this animated feature to help celebrate the Holiday Season and the impending winter weather.How_to_Construct_A_Snowman_5 text

You can also view Part I, II, III and IV:

Part I – How to Construct a Snowman: A Zoning Enforcement Officer’s Perspective

Part II – How to Construct a Snowman: The Design-Bid-Build Process

Part III – How to Construct a Snowman: Financing a Snowman with Hot Chocolate.

Part IV:  How to Construct a Snowman:  Navigating the Politics

If having trouble viewing the YouTube version, try the Flash version in a new window. Flash Player is required. Free download available at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.