Carpentry classes finish work for bridge company

By Shirley Shuman

Sometime during the week of March7-11, BCHS engineering and building construction students will visit a Rock Forge Bridge in Spencer where they will see how the work they recently finished has been used. For the second year in a row, instructor Robert Lloyd’s Carpentry I, II classes have completed an order for concrete panels to be used in construction of bridges in West Virginia. Their latest panels went straight to the Spencer bridge site.

Instructor Lloyd explained that his students “like to do hands-on work . . .

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