Penn Staters go off-campus for hands-on fun
– Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer, and Carol A. Lugg, dean of construction and design technologies
Courses rise at the bricklaying station.
A visit to the Hard Rock? Keith C. Long (left), of Pitman, and Matthew R. Loquasto (center), of State College, supervise the breaking of natural stone. Long majors in building construction technology: masonry emphasis, while Loquasto is in building construction technology: masonry concentration.
Nittany Nation leaves a calling card!
Applying what she's learned
Pressing the material into place for maximum durability and attractiveness.
Cleanup is an integral part of the process.
Penn College students Nathaniel M. Barbolish (in cap) and Joseph F. DiBucci (in yellow) demonstrate buttering and furrowing techniques. Barbolish, of Nicholson, is enrolled in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration, and DiBucci, of Glenshaw, is an applied technology major.
Visiting students gather round an arch they created.