Students at the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology recently built a moveable house, and it has found a new spot in the Jamison area. Jeff Werner wrote about the new home for the Doylestown Patch.
Students in the tech school’s Construction Carpentry program built the house for one-off their recent classes. The semi-mobile home can be disassembled and put back together to make it more travel-friendly.
“Middle Bucks Institute of Technology is pleased to announce that the school’s student-built home has moved to its permanent location in Bucks County, Pennsylvania,” the tech school said in an online post. “The home was disassembled and loaded by crane on to 4 flatbed trucks, then transported to the buyer’s site.”
The electrical and plumbing for the home was installed by the students enrolled in the school’s Electrical Technology and Plumbing & Heating programs.
“Incredible things done by our students!” the tech school said.
Read more about the new Bucks County home at the Doylestown Patch.