Middle Bucks Student-built house finds a home! 

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.