Tag: ecoREHAB

  • Renovation of Residential Structures

    There is a great need for affordable housing in Muncie. To address this need, local non-profit organizations, including Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity, ecoREHAB, Urban Light and Muncie Mission, have been renovating existing houses for local residents. To quote Carl Elefante, former president of the American Institute of Architects, “The greenest building is the one […]

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  • Students Gain Valuable Experience with Community Partners

    In CAP, we thrive on partnerships with our community. Here’s a quick peek at how some of our most consistent partners worked with just one of our faculty members this year. Partners and Projects Avondale Methodist Church ministers in a myriad of ways to its southside community, Thomas Park-Avondale ecoREHAB fixes up rundown homes with […]

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  • Skilled trades education program for at-risk youth

    Ball State Department of Architecture faculty Professor Pam Harwood and Associate Professor Tom Collins are part of two grants recently awarded to ecoREHAB to initiate a Skilled Trades Education Program (STEP) for at-risk, under or unemployed youth in Muncie.  Working with Excutive Direct Jason Haney of ecoREHAB they will help develop STEP’s training curriculum that […]

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