Fort Collins DeConstruct Project – Skimmerhorn

Posted March 30th, 2017 by

The National Center for Craftsmanship (NCC) is completing a full deconstruction of a residence on Skimmerhorn Street, Fort Collins. This project includes the training of professional and volunteer crews in the techniques of building deconstruction for materials reuse & recycling, landfill diversion, workforce development & education, and economic impact. Project partners include Story Barns, LLC, The Center for Family Outreach, Larimer County Community Corrections Women’s Program, Poudre School District (and The City of Fort Collins). The project will run through the end of April. Built in 1994, the residence includes a number of updates with a variety of high quality reusable materials that will be available for purchase by, or direct donation to, the local community. NCC anticipates that more than 85% of the building materials will be diverted from the landfill via reuse and recycling. For more information or to learn how you can participate, please contact NCC at

Learn more about NCC’s DeConstruct program.

Please check back with us as material and project information will be updated.

  1. Materials Available for Purchase (PDF, updated 8/14/17)
  2. Photos of Available Materials
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