Woodframe for bricks from New York City

Woodframe construction has been on the rise in New York State.

Woodframers have been busy building houses, offices and even a small hotel in recent years, but now a major new construction project in New Jersey is making the wood frame construction process easier.

The construction of the new Hudson River Bridge is expected to be completed in the fall of 2018, which would allow wood frames to be built as soon as they are finished.

Construction on the project began in December of 2017 and will be completed later this year, according to construction plans released by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.

The project will consist of a series of eight wooden structures, each of which will span about 30 feet.

The eight buildings are expected to span approximately 10,000 square feet.

According to the construction plans, the structures will span the Hudson River from the Atlantic to the Pacific, with an estimated cost of approximately $2.8 billion.

The first phase of the project will cost about $1.6 billion.

Construction is expected at two locations on the Hudson: at the new Gateway Arch Bridge, where a span is being built between the Hudson and the Brooklyn Bridge, and at the site of the former New Jersey Turnpike.

The next phase of construction is expected in 2021, with construction beginning at the former Gateway Arch bridge and ending at the future Hudson River bridge.

The final phase of this project is expected sometime in 2021.

Construction on the new Bridge will be financed with federal funds.