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Living classroom: Foundation Pouring in Michael Gridley’s Class

Living classroom: Foundation Pouring in Michael Gridley’s Class


MICHAEL: This house
built in the 1840’s was built by a Gridley. for a Weaver which is a
relative of ours now, Weavers, so it’s kind of weird that
I’m actually back on the site almost a hundred and seventy, eighty years later and there’s another Gridley on the site building to it. KRISTIN: I had an interest in tiny homes, and so I was looking
for something that could kind of get my foot in the door there, get some background
knowledge and information. So, I found Morrisville. This is stuff that you
do everyday on a job site rather than just in class. I think it’s more fun, too. MICHAEL: I have all the experience from what I’ve run into. I kind of bring what
I do back to the class and give them the experience that I got without them actually being there, so. It works out kind of good for them. JOSEPH: I like to do the finish. I would like to have my own company. Not sure if I wanna do
Rescon yet or would. Haven’t decided yet, but
something around both of them. KRISTIN: I’d like to move on to Project Management eventually. But I think that I’m
probably gonna end up in woodworking or framing first. MICHAEL: These kids
will do this foundation. Twenty years they’d come back
and it should still be here. And so, it’s kind of rewarding
that you can see that.

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