Just finished my chicken coop/run!
Ok it is a run, there is not an actual enclosed coop section but it is completely wrapped in hardware cloth and the hardware cloth extends out on the sides at least 1 foot below the concrete block and the 3 sides of the coop are also covered with wooden lattice panels for shade, privacy and extra security.
They have a home-made gravity feeder (that I hope is weather proof) and a temporary waterer until I get the rain barrel set up.
Their roost area is protected on 3 sides from wind and rain with Suntuff's clear polycarbonante panels and the roosts, droppings board, and ramp up to the roosts are removable for cleaning.
The run is 6x10 and 7 foot at the front and 6 foot in the back so my husband and I don't have to worry about hitting our heads on anything while cleaning out the run.
They have two nest boxes which are accessible from the outside for convenient egg collection and the front lip is removable for easier cleaning.
It took about 5 weeks to complete from start to finish since I could only do so much by myself and since my husband and I are both teachers we don't always have weekends "off" if we have papers to grade and such. It could probably have been built in two solid days (one for foundation and frame, another for roof and all the hardware cloth and siding) but I liked having time to pre-paint everything and work on little things in the evenings when I had time. Overall we are very satisfied with the way it looks and the girls love it so much better than the brooder I had set up in the garage.