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  • Get a bird's-eye video of construction on SLO's historic Octagon Barn

    Watch as Classic Construction frames a new roof on the historic Octagon Barn property in San Luis Obispo. The company is also doing other renovations on the building, which will become a community space and an icon at the start of the Bob Jones City to the Sea Trail. The Land Conservancy of SLO owns the property and has been fundraising to finish construction. This video is a snapshot of the progress in late October 2017.

Get a bird's-eye video of construction on SLO's historic Octagon Barn

Watch as Classic Construction frames a new roof on the historic Octagon Barn property in San Luis Obispo. The company is also doing other renovations on the building, which will become a community space and an icon at the start of the Bob Jones City to the Sea Trail. The Land Conservancy of SLO owns the property and has been fundraising to finish construction. This video is a snapshot of the progress in late October 2017.
Brett Mitchell Classic Construction & Fabrication