Wednesday, October 02 2013
Home buyers in the ever growing Dulles South area will soon have a new home hitting the market that holds special meaning to the students of Monroe Technology Center students.
Six years ago, Monroe Technology Center students began building a home to learn skills in the fast growing field of home construction.
On Sept. 27, students, faculty and Loudoun County Public Schools administrators attended the formal dedication ceremony in the driveway of the home.
To build this home, students fought through a recession, bad weather and other issues that postponed the finishing of the project. This particular house is the ninth home since the inception of the program in 1988.
While this home took six years to construct, the other homes took approximately two years to build.
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