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 Read more.
The summer of 2016 found NCC students and instructors in the beautiful Yampa River valley of Hayden, Colorado. The Hayden Heritage Center hired NCC to deconstruct the historic Holderness Granary barn with the intention of reconstructing the barn in downtown Hayden as a future Hayden Museum exhibit. A team of eight project participants, including four high Read more.
Historic Butterfly Barn, Steamboat Springs, CO NCC has been asked to provide advice and assistance in the preservation of the Historic Mount Werner “Butterfly” barn in Steamboat Springs, CO. Built in 1945 by the Arnold family, the barn is of traditional wood frame design with a metal gambrel roof, large hayloft and an exterior hay Read more.
NCC provided construction management services in 2014 to Sylvan Dale Ranch after the devastating flood that destroyed several key structures on its land. From this positive collaboration, NCC also assisted in Sylvan Dale owners in creating its own educational non-profit, known as the Heart J Center for Experiential Learning. The Heart J Center is still in Read more.
May 2013 – Denver Public Schools has partnered with the National Center for Craftsmanship (NCC) to create a unique, hands-on learning opportunity for high school students who are interested in the field of construction. Since April 29th, 2013, construction management students in the school system have been getting valuable experience by helping with the initial Read more.