The Devils' Advocate

HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

courtesy photo

courtesy photo


Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






PRESS RELEASE

Mr. Sam Mento III, President of the Hammonton Board of Education, and Mr. James Ziegler, Industrial Arts Teacher at Hammonton High School, observe delivery of the Hammonton Education Foundation’s grant for a “Tiny House Project” trailer.

Ziegler will supervise the construction process set to begin in September after students first receive training on how to operate tools and machines safely and effectively. Other teachers and students from the Industrial Arts and Technology Department will participate in the Science / Technology / Engineering / Art / Math (STEAM) initiative bringing several disciplines together to experience a “real world” home-building project.

The trailer is 8.5′ wide by 20′ long weighing in at 2,245 pounds with a load capacity of 14,000 pounds. The Tiny House is expected to weigh in at approximately 10,000 pounds when finished. The Tiny House foundational trailer was manufactured in Northglenn, CO, by Trailer Made Custom Trailers, LLC, and then delivered to the high school by Mr. and Mrs. Steines, co-owners of Tiny House Foundations of Centerbrook, CT. Lifting service to the loading dock was expertly performed by tow operator Matthew Williams of Battelini Transport and Towing Service, Buena, NJ, using a 50-ton crane system. Such cranes have the capacity to lift the finished home from the loading dock to ground level in the final phase of the project. The home will then be sold at auction and funds returned to the Hammonton Education Foundation and the high school to support future educational endeavors.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    Features

    Boys Track Competes at Atlantic County Championships

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    Prom:Great Success

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    Camden County Board of Freeholders recognizes 2018 Best of Class

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    Career fair offers students chance to speak to professionals

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    The Making of “All of the Lights” Promenade 2018

  • News

    Junior class prom preparations complete for “All the Lights”

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    PreProm assembly teaches about dangers of drunk driving

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    Students learn history, heritage in Philadelphia

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    New Traffic Law Puzzles Drivers

  • HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS

    News

    Blue Review literary magazine releases spring edition

The student news site of Hammonton High School.
HEF Tiny House arrives at HHS