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Students Creating ‘Remembrance Garden’ Outside BTC

Student deftly edges concrete Using a straight edge to smooth out poured concrete Daniel L. Force, part-time instructor of building construction technology, shares experience with students Instructor schools students in how to add color to concrete Students from the School of Construction and Design Technologies are displaying their knowledge and skill by creating an area of respite to be enjoyed by the Penn College community. A Remembrance Garden, designed in the college’s architecture program and brought to life by students including Friday morning’s BCT238 Concrete Construction class taught by Daniel L. Force, owner of E&D Construction Co. in Mill Hall is taking shape on the east side of the Carl Building Technologies Center. Like the Victorian House, Field House and other campus projects before it, the garden provides a way for students to leave a piece of their education behind.

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