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“Completing the BCT program has put me in a strong position to succeed in the construction industry” (Dec 3rd, 2013)

We just received a note from a BCT Alumnus: Professor Damery, I want to thank you for running such a fantastic BCT program. Completing the program has put me in a strong position to succeed in the construction industry and I have been employed at A/Z Corporation in North Stonington, CT for the last two […]

BCT Alumni Successful at Amherst’s Integrity Development & Construction Firm (Jun 7th, 2013)

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We at BCT always love to hear what our alumni are doing. It was therefore very nice to see how successful two of our former students (when we were called BMATWT) are at the local development and construction firm Integrity. Here are two features taken from recent press releases: Anna Novey (BS ’04): Anna started working […]

Former BCT students featured in Fine Homebuilding video (May 20th, 2013)

Former BCT students Eric Wilder and Will D’Arrigo explain how to seal leaks in duct seams and how to conduct a duct leakage test in this video from the NESEA 2013 conference, which was featured on the Fine Homebuilding blog.

BCT Graduate Speaks at the White House (Mar 16th, 2012)

Ryan Harb at the Whitehouse

Yesterday, a White House Champions of Change event honored five young leaders for outstanding leadership on their college campuses. They were chosen by the public for projects that embody the President’s goal to win the future. As part of this group, the UMass Permaculture team was represented by Ryan Harb (shown on the right side […]

Recent BCT graduate creates permaculture garden at UMass (Oct 25th, 2010)

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The University of Massachusetts Amherst is taking another groundbreaking step toward reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and combating global climate change by implementing one of the first permaculture gardens on a public university campus in the country. The scope of this project is considerable; UMass students are responsible for transforming a conventional ¼ acre grass […]