Marlborough, MA — Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School’s students have been working hard on the tiny home’s walls and cathedral ceiling.
The students spent about 25 hours working on this phase of carpentry. The walls were platform framed on the home’s floor. Then, exterior sheathing was applied and glued to the frame. Finally, the walls were stood up. A video of the students lifting two of the walls will be available for viewing soon!
Learn more about the Mission’s partnership in the Downeast Maine Tiny House Project, building a brand new house for a formerly homeless US military veteran with a disability.