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Public Invited To Tour House Built By CTEC Students

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Canyons Technology Center’s Project House is 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 23.
Students at CTEC have spent the majority of the school year building the house, 569 E. Rosebowl Court (9235 South).

At the ribbon-cutting event, the students, who are enrolled in construction-related training programs, will show off their handiwork to the public before the five-bedroom, 3-bathroom home is officially placed on the market.

Some 3,100 square feet of the house is finished.

Among the features of the new house: walk-in closets, crown molding, three-tone paint with accented walls, a cherry-wood fireplace mantle, oak floors and hand rails, granite counter tops, energy-efficient appliances and a theater/game room wired for sound.

Proceeds from the sale of the house will pay for next year’s CTEC Project House.

Last year, District earned about $331,000 from the student-built house.

The house will also be open for tours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on May 24-25, May 29-31 and June 1.

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