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Constructing relationships

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Constructing relationships

Construction students Justin Taylor and Luis Vargas, both juniors, work on their final for the class: a floor plan of a model home. With only two rooms left to construct, they display their passion and excitement for not only crafting wooden objects, but lasting relationships as well. “It really gave me a sense of leadership and we were able to really help people [other classmates] along the way,” Taylor says.

Construction students Justin Taylor and Luis Vargas, both juniors, work on their final for the class: a floor plan of a model home. With only two rooms left to construct, they display their passion and excitement for not only crafting wooden objects, but lasting relationships as well. “It really gave me a sense of leadership and we were able to really help people [other classmates] along the way,” Taylor says.

Tara Anastasoff

Construction students Justin Taylor and Luis Vargas, both juniors, work on their final for the class: a floor plan of a model home. With only two rooms left to construct, they display their passion and excitement for not only crafting wooden objects, but lasting relationships as well. “It really gave me a sense of leadership and we were able to really help people [other classmates] along the way,” Taylor says.

Tara Anastasoff

Tara Anastasoff

Construction students Justin Taylor and Luis Vargas, both juniors, work on their final for the class: a floor plan of a model home. With only two rooms left to construct, they display their passion and excitement for not only crafting wooden objects, but lasting relationships as well. “It really gave me a sense of leadership and we were able to really help people [other classmates] along the way,” Taylor says.


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