The table work surface is 30 inches off the ground. The table surface is 3 feet deep and 4 feet wide. The legs are 2x4s. The back legs extend up through the desk to use as the supports for the shelves.
Below is the finished work table.
Step 1: Tools and Materials
Approximately 30 feet of 2x4's (4 8 foot long 2x4's)
3x4 feet of plywood for table surface
1x4 feet of plywood for one shelf (double for two shelves)
2x4 feet of pegboard
3.5 inch wood screws
1.5 inch wood screws (for shelves and pegboard)
Step 2: Build Front and Back Leg Frames
Step 3: Connect Front and Back Leg Frames
Note that when attaching the front to back horizontal supports watch that your 3.5 inch long screws do not hit each other.
Step 4: Prepare Table Surface
I used the 1x4 foot sheet of plywood for the back half of the table. I used a skillsaw to cut out the notches to allow the legs through. I should have cut the notches to fit around the back legs so that it would look a little nicer.
Step 5: Add Shelves
The vertical plywood is not attached. It is there as a place holder for my last minute idea to add a peg board. You can use that to hang tools and supplies.