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As one of the lead designers for nine seasons on ABC's Emmy-winning "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," Paul DiMeo encountered his share of next-to-impossible construction projects. So building wilderness retreats is a walk in the park by comparison, right? Not so fast. Paulie, as he is known, and master fabricator Pat "Tuffy" Bakaitis are partners in a cabin design and construction business called Cabin Kings, and in "Building Wild," the duo create unbelievable rustic getaways, transforming discarded materials into eye-catching contraptions and overcoming outrageous building challenges along the way. In each episode, Paulie and Tuffy provide the big ideas and construction know-how to a client looking to build a backwoods paradise on a challenging property. To keep costs low, the landowners supply some materials, bring together a workforce of friends and family and agree to do the entire build in one week.

Latest episodes

aired 584 days ago
Creating a mountaintop getaway for a motorhead who wants a convertible bedroom that will let his family sleep under the stars; getting supplies to the top of an unforgiving mountain road.
aired 591 days ago
The team is tasked with using materials found on a farm to build a cabin where Chad can create his own special beer and his father can relax after working on the family farm.
aired 598 days ago
Building a functioning "sugar shack" for two avid motorcycle riders who walked away from their maple syrup business 35 years ago and are looking to revive their maple-covered property in Cambridge, N.Y.
aired 660 days ago
The team sets out to build their heaviest cabin to date when a client wants a cabin made out of stone from the abandoned marble quarry on her parcel of land in Dorset, Vt.
aired 660 days ago
A father-and-son logging business; Paulie pitches the idea of building a cabin fit for a logger.
aired 660 days ago
Paulie and Tuffy arrive at the property of retired equine veterinarian, Reggie Tschorn.
aired 667 days ago
Paulie and Tuffy arrive on client Jason's property with a shipping container and a plan; Jason will rally his friends to help Paulie and Tuffy.
aired 674 days ago
The Cabin Kings tackle their largest build yet, a cabin at the top of a mountain for a New York Jets fan; Paulie creates a dining table for 30 from two fallen trees.
aired 674 days ago
The Cabin Kings will create a rotating getaway by building the cabin on top of an old excavator.
aired 674 days ago
The Cabin Kings work with biologist and bird lover Jared Woodcock, who owns property in a swamp.
aired 675 days ago
The fourth and fifth generations of the Kiely family to use their land want a floating cabin for fishing in warm weather and an ice fishing shelter in winter.
aired 681 days ago
A father and son who are professional auctioneers and avid collectors have barns filled with collectibles and want to incorporate as many of them as possible into a cabin while maximizing space to keep it clutter-free.
aired 681 days ago
The Cabin Kings boot up with an ex-Navy SEAL who wants to build multiple camps to accommodate all his friends and families.
aired 682 days ago
Possibly the team's most complex job to date; building a four-season aviation-themed cabin on a towering hilltop for a professional pilot.
aired 688 days ago
The Cabin Kings must conquer a water-logged build site to help their lifelong friends.
aired 688 days ago
A teacher has dreams of owning a log cabin, so Paulie and Tuffy come up with an idea to convert an old school bus.
aired 688 days ago
The Cabin Kings build a rustic hunting cabin for 12 good friends.
aired 689 days ago
Building a mountaintop cabin over a waterfall proves to be a struggle; taking advantage of an incredible view of the Hudson River Valley; repurposing materials from the client's sign business.
aired 855 days ago
Builders have just one week to conquer the elements and create a paradise on a client's wild piece of property.
aired 976 days ago
Building a cabin getaway high up in a maple tree in just five days; fulfilling a newly engaged young man's childhood dream of having his own treehouse on his family's 22-acre Vermont property.
aired 1,026 days ago
Paulie and Tuffy set their sights on building the ultimate snowboarder's dream getaway.

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