Date

12-2016

Degree Name

BS in Construction Management

Department

Construction Management Department

Advisor(s)

Philip Barlow

Abstract

There is a demand in the early education field for methods of exposing early learners to where our food comes from and how it’s produced. An excellent source of this exposure is commonly utilized in an onsite chicken-coop. These coops are in essence working farms, producing eggs and in some cases meat. While coops are not prohibitively expensive they often fall outside the scope of normal operating or educational budgets and can be difficult to fund. The purpose of this project was to identify a school that could use and benefit from a coop at no cost to the school. The coop was built of douglas fir structural lumber, reclaimed redwood fence panels, and tin roofing panels. In addition an estimate was developed to project cost to complete the project using materials commonly available at local lumber stores.

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