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Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

This Live-Edge Conference Table Hides an Entire Construction Site Within

Ryan Haasen, a woodworking enthusiast and project manager at Canada-based construction firm Blue-Con Excavating has custom built this unique boardroom table for the firm’s office in Calgary, Alberta.

The conference table features a detailed 3D model of one of their construction sites interposed in the middle of two live edge slabs. The tabletop looks realistic and creatively demonstrates the Blue-Con team’s passion for their work.

This table is about 4.4m long and weighs approximately 1,500 lbs. Anyone who will sit around the table will get a view of a scale model of a construction site – complete with soil and miniature figures of workers, engineers. JCBs, trucks, and other construction machinery.

All the equipment is made to look muddy and weathered so that the scene replicates the reality graciously. The appearance of the diorama is enhanced with lights and a logo of the Blue-Con Excavating.

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The model is set underneath a glass tabletop. A 16-inch PVC waterline is included to hide electrical parts and underside of the diorama, while also serve as a structural “beam” to span between the concrete legs, Ryan informs.

Based on his experience, Ryan has created the diorama to be technically correct. This one-of-a-kind boardroom table is being appreciating over the internet.

Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

Image: Ryan Haasen/Linkedin

Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

Image: Ryan Haasen/Linkedin

Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

Image: Ryan Haasen/Linkedin

Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

Image: Ryan Haasen/Linkedin

Ryan Haasen Builds Diorama Boardroom Table for Blue-Con Excavating

Image: Ryan Haasen/Linkedin

Via: WoodworkingNetwork

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