Sign In
{{$parent.status}}
You have used {{$parent.loginFailedInfo.FailedPasswordAttemptCount}} of 3 login attempts. After a 3rd failed login attempt your account will be locked. Login failed
Forget username/password? Register

Article / Tiny House

Tiny House.

The St. Louis Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Program's (STLCJAP) Tiny House was on display at the St. Louis Home and Garden Show last weekend, March 7 - March 10, where the STLCJAP Apprentices also helped attendees build more than 200 birdhouses. It was the generous help of all of the STLCJAP Instructor Staff and Apprentices that helped make the St. Louis Home and Garden Show a huge success.

STLCJAP Apprentices building birdhouses at the St. Louis Home and Garden Show Friday evening through Sunday afternoon were Austin Snider, Geronimo Avila-Trujillo, Johnny Boyle, Ben Decker, James Whitlock, Rodney Allen, Luis Coronel, Korey Lachance, Jacob McGrotty and Andrew VanPelt.



STLCJAP Instructors offering their time for this event were Vince Bandermann, Craig Hood, John Mormann, Jim Clarkin, Ricardo Luna, RJ Catizon, Mark Clancy, Brett Buenger, Leonard Harris, Bob Augustine, Tony Caputa and Todd Erdman.

More about the Tiny House
Apprentices completed the Tiny House project last month through their community service hours. Reinhold Electric finished the interior electric in this tiny home and the interior cabinets were crafted by the St. Louis Cabinet Makers Apprenticeship program. All materials for this project were donated.

Thanks to Cabinet Makers' Coordinator Jim Clarkin for the interior cabinet construction; to STLCJAP instructors John Mormon, Rico Luna, Vince Bandermann, Ed Doyle, Lynda Drendel; and to all of the Apprentices who helped in the completion of the interior through their community service hours.

In addition, a special thanks goes out to Tammy Ridgely,  HBA Staff, VP for Home Shows, who coordinated and scheduled delivery of our Tiny House and provided a great location at this large event. 

Stay tuned for updates on this Tiny House's future home.