Our groups have been doing an excellent job. I feel like the project is progressing very efficiently. It has been very inspiring to work with other students from different majors. This course offers many different learning opportunities to students between green building and housing development to actual carpentry with teamwork development.

Through our guided efforts, the skeletal structure of our tiny house has been established. This week will start to bring forth new challenges for our groups to overcome. We will be beginning the more intricate work of the housing unit. This consists of flooring, tile work, and isolation. Things are going to get even more complex when we eventually begin electrical and plumbing, but we have a long way to go!

I am confident we can overcome any challenge by practicing team work, communication, and looking out for one another.

Depicted in the picture:
Emma and Scottlyn (Group A) working together on the roof