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Construction Technology in Action
Eye protection and foam earplugs...safety is paramount in the Building Construction Technology program at SRCI.Installing metal roofing requires fall protection...Eastern Oregon's beautiful weather mandates sun block and sunglasses!WBE CT PhotosWBE CT Photos
BCT student cuts beam with a circular saw.
Installing metal roofing.
A BCT advanced student applies joint compound to newly sheetrocked interior of a two-bedroom bunkhouse that will house eight persons.Exterior shot of the bunkhouse. The two halves will be shipped via flatbed to the building site and placed on a concrete foundation and permanently joined together. WBE CT PhotosWBE CT Photos
Jointing sheetrock.
Two bunkhouse modules ready for transport.
Sheetrock covers the newly wired and plumbed interior walls...now it's time for the detail work. BCT students get experience in all aspects of building a home: framing, siding, sheetrock, roofing, doors, windows, and trim. WBE CT WBE CT
Two bunkhouse modules ready for transport.
Cutting sheetrock panels to size.
Latest models of pneumatic nailers help the job go smoothly and professionally. Every good project requires a good sanding!WBE CTWBE CT
Attaching soffits to the roof eaves.
Sanding, sanding, and more sanding!