Our work at the Montana State Billings Community College was very rewarding and we are so proud to have been a part of this incredible project. Flannery provided free trims for a student-built project in the university’s construction lab as part of their Construction Management and Construction Technology Programs. We are proud to have contributed to the Billings community’s continued education and to support the future of construction!
Our trims are being used on a mobile tiny house project, which the students aim to have fully completed by the end of their spring semester in late April. This project has given students an opportunity to practice and demonstrate the different phases of construction in a limited time and space and has also provided Construction Management students practice in project planning and oversight. At the time the photos were taken, the exterior of the tiny house was nearly complete, and the interior was a work in progress.
List of provided trims: (All trims are Millwork Panel Trims)