Lincolnland Technical Education Center's Building Trades home completed

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[June 05, 2014]     Send a link to a friend  Share

Pictures by Jan Youngquist

In front of the home, neighbors liked the new concrete driveway. Notice the quality shingles used for the new roof, the first step in the project; and the new soffit with inset lighting, and ample florescent lighting inside the garage.

Standing at a new kitchen island, students and parents enjoy viewing pictures documenting the Lincolnland Technical Education Center's newest Building Trades project.


Lincoln Community High School board president Jim Mammen and LCHS Superintendent/LTEC Director Robert Bagby were out back enjoying the new spacious, recently completed quality wood deck. Both men were on hand to discuss the project and lent top praises to the work completed by the students and their instructor Justin Dietrich.


The refurbished basement features an open, clean layout that is light and airy; and an enticing additional living space for studies or entertainment.

 It includes a room suitable for use as a fourth bedroom.






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