Middle Bucks Institute of Technology is pleased to announce that the school’s student-built home has moved to its permanent location in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
The home was disassembled and loaded by crane on to 4 flatbed trucks, then transported to the buyer’s site.
The student built house is built primarily by students in the Construction Carpentry program. The electrical and plumbing for the home is installed by the students enrolled in the Electrical Technology and Plumbing & Heating programs. The student built house is a 2‑story, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home that is 2,688-square feet and includes a kitchen, dining room, living room and laundry room. The house is built to the highest residential construction standards including 6” exterior walls, Anderson high performance windows, 200 amp electrical service and more.
Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT) is located in Warwick Township on York Road (Rt. 263) in Jamison, Pennsylvania. A The picturesque high school campus sits on 58 acres and is supported by Centennial, Central Bucks, Council Rock, and New Hope-Solebury School Districts. Middle Bucks Institute of Technology operates as a school of choice designed for students who are seeking to enhance their educational program with a highly relevant career and technical experience connected directly to the real world of business and industry. Over 400 business and industry advisors review and update the school educational program annually.